Diocletian's Palace (Split, Croatia)
The fortress-like palace was built by Roman Emperor Diocletian on the coast near his home town.
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- When was Diocletian's Palace built?
- In which present-day country are the remnants of Diocletian's Palace found?
- On the shore of which sea was Diocletian's Palace built?
- What political regime did Diocletian introduce as emperor?
- What title did Diocletian have during the tetrarchy?
- How did Diocletian's reign end?
- Which type of building's characteristics are NOT found in the palace?
- How many people lived in the palace during Diocletian's lifetime?
- When did Diocletian live in the palace?
- What shape was the floor plan of the building complex?
- Along which wall are there no watchtowers?
- What gate does the palace NOT have?
- How tall are the walls of the palace?
- Is it true that the area of the palace exceeds 30 thousand km²?
- What is the name of the area that houses religious buildings?
- In which Roman province was the palace built?
- How many towers are found in the palace?
- Which gate is probably the main entrance of the palace?
- Which entrance of the palace faced the sea?
- What shape is the floor plan of Diocletian's mausoleum?
- Which Roman god did Diocletian consider his patron deity?
- How did Diocletian die?
- Is it true that Diocletian did not live in his palace for more than ten years?
- What is the peristyle?
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