Temple of Jupiter

Temple of Jupiter

Guarded by the defaced Egyptian sphinx, the Temple of Jupiter, king of the Roman gods, is now a Christian baptistry dedicated to John the Baptist. The ceiling is original, dating back to Roman times, and it’s worth a visit just to see its vaults despite the small size of the temple.
Cornaro Hotel
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  • East Midlands, Wed 29 Aug 2018
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
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Cornaro Hotel

Split Old Town, Split Area

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0.2 Km to Temple of Jupiter

  • Modern and elegant
  • Close to city's main attractions
  • Superb service
  • Rooftop whirlpool
  • Small and peaceful
Luxe Boutique Hotel

Luxe Boutique Hotel

Split Old Town, Split Area

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0.3 Km to Temple of Jupiter

  • Unique design
  • Delicious cuisine
  • Close to the Old Town
  • Modern interior
  • Great spa
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  • Leeds Bradford, Sat 13 Oct 2018
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Hotel Park Split

Split Old Town, Split Area

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0.9 Km to Temple of Jupiter

  • Central location
  • Modern and elegant style
  • Excellent restaurant
  • First-class service
  • 50m from the beach
Egyptian Sphinxes

Egyptian Sphinxes

Split Old Town, Split Area

In Peristil Square lies the evidence of Emperor Diocletian’s victory over the Egyptian rebels in 297AD. The sphinx is made of black granite and dates back to the period of Tuthmosis III who lived from 1479...

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Diocletian's Palace

Diocletian's Palace

Split Old Town, Split Area

This gigantic structure feels more like a fortress than a palace and encompasses almost half of the old town and city centre of Split. It is a Roman ruin that has been built on over the centuries and now holds...

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Trg Peristil

Trg Peristil

Split Old Town, Split Area

Peristil Square is the former entry hall of Diocletian’s Palace, where the Roman emperor would have addressed his subjects. The spacious courtyard is flanked by tall columns of Italian marble and siennite from...

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