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Kraj Sveti Ivana, Split, Croatia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

You are paying to see quite a tiny place that is usually crowded and doesn’t have much written information to give you some history on the place. However, it is beautiful. It’s nice to have a quick stop where you can snap a few great...More

Thank 500katieh
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I’ve seen some of the reviews panning this place but I’ll say it’s worth the short side trip. Originally built as the Temple of Jupiter for Diocletian it became the Baptistry of John several centuries later. Small but very ornate it was once surrounded by...More

Thank Jon M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Probably not worth the separate entrance fee but as it is included in the ticket for the Cathedral and is close by it is worth a look. It adds another piece of the jigsaw to understand the Palace area of Split.

Thank Michael H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A large later dated statue of Jupiter, two scarcofogi of the period and an information board. Fine as this is included in the Cathedral ticket but to pay separately....!!!

Thank Nosliwoj
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A very small room with two sarcophagi and a statue (not of jupiter, can't remember who now). A small poster provides some background but not enough that it was really worth bothering.

Thank Aishajrrt
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very small temple, it would help if you knew the history before entering. Advisable to get a three pass ticket which entitles you entry to three places of interest otherwise you will pay an entrance fee just to see a very small space.

Thank LineMc
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is part of a combined ticket but not really worth the time or effort to visit. But ticket includes it

Thank insideIAMdancing
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Another gem included on our walking tour, it dates to the period 295/205AD but was unfinished as the Emperor had taken residence in the palace and the noise from the building site disturbed him. No ear muffs in ancient times? When the Temple became the...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 8 June 2018

We visited the temple after the cathedral-we bought the blue ticket since we didn't want to climb the bell tower. The temple is small, but we went in the afternoon and only had to share it with a couple people. If it is crowded, it...More

Thank CMD915
Reviewed 5 June 2018

You have a very small fee to get in but it will be busy. The roof is interesting and the main alter but really only for Roman buffs or to say you have been. Not much to glean from it and tranquil it isn't

Thank Andrew C
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