The Cathedral Church of St Dominus, Split
Posted in International News on 11/08/2018
This magnificent building was not originally a Church but in the 4th Century AD marked the tomb of the Roman Emperor Diocletian . It wasn’t until the beginning of the Seventh Century that the building was consecrated as a Christian place of worship followed some 500 years later when the impressive bell tower, recognised by all its present day tourists was added.
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