Indeed it's a very ancient and historical structure. Immense and awesome. To enter its underground section, we passed by many stalls along the way. There were crowds around, local and tourists. Certain parts of the floor of the underground were wet.
The whole structure was rectangular in shape with huge watchtowers now converted for commercial purposes.
We also had the pleasure of witnessing the wonderful performance of 4 Traditional Dalmatians. Fantastic voices and music! They also had CDs on sale for 15 euro each.
After that, we went to St. Duje Cathedral, which was part of Emperior Diocletian's mausoleum. It was a memorable visit.
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