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OMIŠ - CENTRAL DALMATIA
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JUST IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE
The story of Split begins 1700 years ago, when the Roman emperor Diocletian built his vacation house on the area of ancient Greek settlement, which later became the cultural, tourist and social center of today's Split.
Split had rough history. From the XV to XVIII century, it was under Venetians. Later it became a part of Austro Hungarian monarchy, and was, briefly under France occupation. Later on, it became the part of Yugoslavia, and finally, after the Croatian-Serb war, it became part of Republic of Croatia.
Split had political, cultural and trade impact. It was one of the most important ports in Adriatic Sea.
Today, Split remained culturally rich city. Perfectly preserved Diocletian's palace (cellars, Peristil, st. Duje's cathedral, Jupiters shrine) is a part of UNESCO's heritage. Split displays its cultural and ethnical history through many museums (archeological, ethnographic, naval and city museum), art galleries (Meštrovic's gallery, Art gallery) and cultural events (Splitsko ljeto, music festival).
Split is also known for its gastro offer. The center of the city is full of great restaurants with broad offer of typical Dalmatian food and exotic meals, and with a big offer of great local wines.
Split is also entertainment and party location. Split waterfront (Riva) is a popular place for morning coffee, and in the evening, it is one of the top spots to go out for drinks. There is also an option going to one of many music clubs. Besides the world known Ultra Europe festival, Split is hosting many other smaller festivals of electronic music, as well as concerts of big music stars.