Grad (City Centre)

Interesting Location

Iron Gate, Diocletian’s Palace

Look for the unusual clock


Why You'll Love It

The Iron Gate is an excellent example of how the city of Split grew up around Diocletian’s Palace. You’ll find the Iron Gate by looking for the distinctive clock (if you look at it carefully, you’ll notice that it’s a 24-hour clock). This was the military entrance to the palace.

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The Details


Iron Gate, Ulica Ispod ure, Split, Croatia



Know Before You Go

When I visited Split, this gate was under restoration and mostly not visible.

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