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Spalato... nel cuore della costa dalmata....

(sorry today's post is only in Italian) 

Che dire di Spalato? Mi stancherò mai di questa città.  Spalato è un luogo da vedere....Oggi voglio condividere con voi le mie fotografie ... e alcuni fatti da la mia città.

Spalato (in croato Split), dal latino Salonae Palatium. ( La Spalato romana è rappresentata dallo sfarzoso palazzo dell'imperatore Diocleziano, fatto costruire nel 295-304 d.C.)

Spalato è capoluogo della regione spalatino-dalmata, principale centro della Dalmazia e seconda città del Paese ( Il primo è Zagabria, la capitale). Spalato è anche sede universitaria e arcivescovile.

Spalato è famosa soprattutto per il Palazzo di Diocleziano, la porta Aurea e la cattedrale con il suo celebre campanile.

 Certo il Palazzo di Diocleziano è da vedere. Ma è soprattutto da vivere: esso racchiude nei suoi 31.000 mq. di estensione più di 200 edifici ed ospita circa 3000 abitanti, oltre a negozi, bar, caffè, ristoranti.


  1. Wow! This columns are to dye for! Really loving the light color of this architecture!


    Julia from

  2. ho l'impressione che sia una città stupenda... non vedo l'ora di poterla visitare!

    ♥ Margherita ♥

    Frivolezze Provinciali


  3. Che meraviglia Ivana! E' una città bellissima!

  4. a beautiful place!

  5. That view from the third picture is so beautiful!
    I'm only sad that I can't understand what you wrote.


  6. Picturesque pictures of places!!

    Best Dressed Poland

  7. Belle foto, la tua città è un incanto! Complimenti per l'italiano!

  8. Such a wonderful towon - remembers me so on holiday :) And I´m still impressed how talented with languages you are <3

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

  9. Great pics, I wanna go on holidays!

  10. it was nice to hear from u :) thank u
    This is beautiful city. the architects are so interesting.

  11. Ivana this is such a great place to visit for holidays!
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  12. Beautiful photos!!! nice place!!!
    Have a wonderful weekend, Ivana!!! g+ and like for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

  13. Amazing pictures :), xoxo.

  14. Kao što jednom napisah... sukladno tvojim postovima na račun Lijepe Naše, tvoj bi blog trebao biti na gost na stranici HTZ-a! Jest, Split je divan ...ah! :)Trenutno mi je svaki grad koji ima more- aaaaa! :)

  15. love the architecture! if only I could learn italian! xx. gigi.

  16. So sorry, i don't knwo Italian( Why does God intend us to speak different languages, seriously. Too sad. Pictures are truly gorgeous, such wonderful places!!!
    Have a fabulous time!

    Best wishes, Alexandra


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