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Temple of Jupiter

Kraj Sveti Ivana, Split, Croatia
+385 21 345 602
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Kraj Sveti Ivana, Split, Croatia
+385 21 345 602
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Reviewed 3 September 2017

We went into this temple following a walking tour; we paid the admission but did not realise this came under the all inclusive ticket you could buy at the main Cathedral. This was a temple to Jupiter - "king" of the Gods; but it is...More

1  Thank Peter Z
Reviewed 25 August 2017

Part of the wonderful and well-preserved Palace of Diocletian. It's interesting that Diocletian had this small temple built to this leading Roman god, while his own mausoleum right next door was many times bigger! Ironic now that both are part of the Christian cathedral, the...More

1  Thank ChrisJS51
Reviewed 16 August 2017

The best part of the old city in Split. Have a nice dinner, sample gelato or ice cream (Vegans options too!) from any of the many vendors and sit in the square near Luxor restaurant. It was the highlight of our evenings every night in...More

1  Thank Geoff B
Reviewed 15 August 2017

There's not much to it and can be easily missed out of a tour but it was nice enough and had an impressive ceiling.

1  Thank RBrog
Reviewed 15 August 2017

We purchased a Blue ticket at the Cathedral which also gives you entry to the Temple of Jupiter. It was a little underwhelming as it was simply one room with not much to see and very little information about the temple. They charge 10 Kuna...More

1  Thank foxwales
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Hard to find, off the beaten path. Make sure you get your cathedral combo tix which gets you free entry here also. It is largely intact although it was converted into a bapistry later. It has relics from both periods. The stonework is gorgeous. Don't...More

1  Thank ItsMyScreenName
Reviewed 1 August 2017

This is a small temple and quite lovely from the outside. The inside has a statue and decorated stones, which are nice but probably not worth the entrance fee.

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Reviewed 30 July 2017

This site charges entrance fees and in my opion was not worth the entrance fee. Was only a small room with a statue on a pedestal although the statue was tall not that impressive

Thank Barbara G
Reviewed 28 July 2017

Our guide was Mijo Perkovic with Blue Umbrella, this venue was a part of CIty of Split Walking Tour. Diocletian declared himself to be a Demi-god. He had observed the worship of the Pharoahs in Egypt because they they were gods and he was impressed...More

1  Thank drmichaellaney
Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

Lovely tiny temple to church conversion with a very well preserved roman vaulted roof. Contains a contemporary statue of john the baptist by a famous sculpture and some decorated stone alter/ sarcophagi. Busy when a tour comes round but quiet otherwise - stuffy and warm...More

1  Thank Sarah D
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Magdalena P
24 July 2016|
Response from Branko V | Reviewed this property |
I must have got mixed up with another review, thanks for pointing this out.