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Cathedral of Saint Domnius in Split Country Croatia Denomination Roman Catholic Architecture Style Ancient/Romanesque Years built 4th century Clergy The Cathedral of Saint Domnius (Croatian: Katedrala Svetog Duje), known locally as the Sveti Dujam...more
All reviews worth the climb afraid of heights metal staircase stair case stone steps steep steps great views from the top old town diocletian's mausoleum combined ticket worth the effort small fee entrance fee scary vertigo rickety gaps
Compared to a number of other attractions this is a steal, and the view of the city and out to the islands is fantastic.
Be warned the stone steps are steep and narrow and iron steps within the tower are quite open with low handrails,...More
City of Split. More than 1700 years old. Diocletian's Palace was builded on a old greek place called Aspalathos, so many history need to be discover...
Mausoleum of a great Roman emperor Diocletian is a cathedral of Saint Domnius, or Sveti Duje (Holy Duje), and...More
If your are in split it is worth visiting the cathedral and bell tower. Fabulous views from the top, and if you enjoy history this is a must visit! You can also go under the cathedral into the crypts which are very interesting. Our 7...More
We were wandering through the old town an walked into the square where the bell tower and cathedral are, and it has steps all around the square which the bar opposite use as seating, you get cushions to sit on and a small flat table...More
The entrance has some old style, big steps which are difficult to navigate. However the actual steps up are more like a fire escape, very manageable but made of old metal and kinda scary.
Quite a few tourists changed their minds and went back down,...More
Much like the rest of the ancient monuments here, the Cathedral is wonderful with its awesome Bell Tower and the intricate interiors. The Cathedral itself remains one of the oldest places of worship in the world that survives in its initial structure. The Bell Tower...More