Сплитско-Далматинская жупания

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Property Type
Villa / House
Property Status
New Build
 145,000 EUR  


Сплитско-Далматинская жупания - Сплит



Two bedroom apartment for sale on Mertojak, in Split, the total area of ​​74 м². The apartment is located on the ground floor and comprises: kitchen with dining area, living room, two bedrooms, pantry, bathroom, storage room of 30 м². The property is located on the south side. This real estate has a garden with Mediterranean plants of 70 м². The apartment is located near schools, churches, health centers, playgrounds, parks. The flat has a parking place. About location: Split is the largest town in the region, and is the Croatia’s busiest port. Although it looks to be more of a just a stop-over town, Split has much to give. This is also a wise choice for property investing. BENEDICT agency for Croatia real estate is always very active and busy in this area which is also a home to our main office. A visitor can spend the day lounging on the beaches or explore the history. Split is home to one of the most preserved ancient Roman remains in the world – the Diocletian Palace. For those who are history buffs, Split’s Old Town can strongly keep you interested for hours. The most prominent historic monument here is the Diocletian Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since the palace was built, this large Roman complex has housed many dwellers. First it was populated by staff quarters, but today they house local people of Split. A very intriguing combination of ancient history and normal everyday life of a modern city adds to the importance. The palace was built in Roman times by the Roman Emperor Diocletian as his future retirement home. Diocletian wanted to spend his last days closer to his birthplace, Salona, which was at that time a capital of Roman Dalmatia. Since position of Split was just six kilometers away, proved to be an ideal place. Split has later day strong development as a much more important city than Salona, and it was a result of this decision. In the very centre of the palace is the monumental courtyard much better known as the Peristil. Diocletian used to meet visitors in this large courtyard. And though Diocletian is gone for centuries, the visitors visiting this court has only increased. At any time of the year, you’ll find foreigners walking around the massive columns and arches with local guidebooks and cameras.

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