Split

Cathedral of St. Domnius is located in the complex of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, which was built by the Roman emperor Diocletian around the year 300 and resided there after his accession to the throne until his death in 316. The cathedral was originally an imperial mausoleum and is also the oldest cathedral in the world! It is famous for its wooden doors made in 1214, which show 28 scenes of Jesus’ life. The doors are well preserved, except for the lower parts damaged by the feet of visitors.

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Split

Cathedral of St. Domnius is located in the complex of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, which was built by the Roman emperor Diocletian around the year 300 and resided there after his accession to the throne until his death in 316. The cathedral was originally an imperial mausoleum and is also the oldest cathedral in the world! It is famous for its wooden doors made in 1214, which show 28 scenes of Jesus’ life. The doors are well preserved, except for the lower parts damaged by the feet of visitors.

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