CATHEDRAL OF SAINT DOMNIUS
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.