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The Diocletian Palace Substructures represent one of the best preserved ancient complexes of their kind in the world, and hence are in many ways
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From the outside rectangular, and from the inside circular ground plan of this old imperial court, Vestibule leaves a monumental impression even to
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Their original, Roman name was PORTA OCCIDENTALIS, and they are one of the four through which life flowed during all 17 centuries of the history of
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Porta orientalis is their Roman name. These gates were used to enter the palace from the east towards the west, through the main street, decumanus,
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Porta septemtrionalis is their Roman name. Emperor Diocletian walked through them as he entered the Palace on the 1st of June 305. They were built in
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Peristyle, as the central square of the Palace, intended for the Emperor Diocletian celebrated as the living son of Jupiter, finds its place among
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