Written by: Jasminka Perić Photos: Jakov Teklić
Solin If you decide to visit Dalmatia, the pearl of the Croatian Adriatic, definitely spend a day in Solin. One of the youngest cities in Croatia will offer you an unforgettable experience with a combination of the past and the future. Every step you take, the city will tell you a story of Croatian culture, religion, and history...
e start the morning in the pleasant ambient of the café in the "Zvonimir" cultural center, with a view of the River Jadro, drinking our first morning coffee, and enjoying the view of the idyllic Gospin otok.
9:15 - 13:00
Photos: Gašpina mlinica (top left); view of the Jadro River and the "Zvonimir" cultural center (left middle); summer stage on Gradine (top middle).
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We stroll down to the most important ancient city in Croatia, Salona, and tour Manastirina, the largest ancient Christian graveyard, where lies the first grave of St. Domnius, the patron saint of the Split-Makarska Archdiocese. We also stop by Tusculum, the building of the Archaeological museum ordered by the world renowned archeologist don Frane Bulić for the needs of archeological research work. Here you can also find interesting souvenirs, such as statue of a woman from Solin, Roman portraits, oil jugs, money, and copies of ancient
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