Gregorius of Nin

Gregorius of Nin

Gregorius of Nin's statue is one of the most famous images in Split. The old bishop fought for the right to use the Old Croatian language in religious services. You’ll notice he is a rather dull apart from his shiny big toe. This is because it has been polished by passers-by who believe touching it will bring good luck.
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Split Old Town, Split Area

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Gallery of Fine Arts

Gallery of Fine Arts

Split Old Town, Split Area

At the Gallery of Fine Arts you can escape the summer sun and enjoy works from the Renaissance right through to the contemporary scene. There are paintings and sculptures including works by major Croatian...

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Town Museum

Town Museum

Split Old Town, Split Area

Learn how Split evolved over the years at the Town Museum, housed in part of Diocletian’s Palace. See medieval sculpture from the belfry of the cathedral and 17th-century weapons used to defend Split. If your...

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Synagogue

Synagogue

Split Old Town, Split Area

The synagogue in the western walls of Diocletian’s Palace dates from the 16th century. Originally a Christian church, it was adopted as a place of worship by Sephardic Jewish refugees from Spain and Portugal....

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