CA­THE­DRAL OF SAINT DOM­NIUS

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The mau­so­leum of the em­pe­ror Dio­cle­tian be­ca­me a ca­the­dral in the mid- se­ven­th cen­tu­ry and hou­ses al­tars wi­th the re­lics of Ch­ri­stian mar­tyrs of Saint Dom­nius and Saint Ana­sta­sius. In­si­de the cir­cu­lar plan are cir­cu­lar and rec­tan­gu­lar ni­ches. The woo­den en­tran­ce doors, in­laid by the ar­ti­st An­dri­ja Bu­vi­na in 1214, de­pict sce­nes from the Go­spel. The ca­the­dral’s bell to­wer, so­me 57 me­tres hi­gh, was built in the thir­teen­th cen­tu­ry and is a me­die­val Dal­ma­tian con­struc­tion that of­fers a won­der­ful view of the ci­ty.

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