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New discoveries of UNESCO Diocletian Palace unveiled in London
Built for a Roman Emperor 1,700 years ago, one of Croatia's most important UNESCO sites continues to shed its secrets in Split.
A chance meeting with Diocletian's mausoleum in Split, Croatia
Split - The secrets of the 1,700 year-old Diocletian's Palace are being uncovered by archaeologists. A chance meeting on a windy day in Split.
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Diocletian's Palace as it looks today, Split's most popular tourist attraction.
Split Tourist Board
The main presentation hall
The Hvar Wine Assocation, which has had a very successful 12 months, was out in force
Reconstruction of the possible appearance of the area inside the Palace precincts, by Dr. Radoslav Bužančić.
Dr. Radoslav Bužančić
Dr. Radoslav Bužančić (left) in conversation with Dr. Ivan Grdešić, Croatian Ambassador to London and Split Deputy Mayor Aida Batarelo.
Visitors were free to roam through the rest of the impressive Diocletian cellars, dating back 1700 years
Aerial view of the excavated part of the amphitheatre.
Split Conservation Department
While wine was the focus, there were other products on offer, such as Croatia's famous cheeses and olive oils
In addition to the main fair, there were workshops and B2B sessions
Robert Adam's drawing of Diocletian's Palace viewed from the east.
There was a strong Dalmatian wine presence, as well as representation from the rest of Croatia
The Dalmatian capital of Split is undergoing a tourism boom, with the fastest-growing tourism in Croatia.
Romulic & Stojcic
Hvar's leading producer, Zlatan Otok, presented their new partnership with local football team, Hajduk Split - the Zlatan Hajduk range
The second day, attended by Digital Journal, was well attended
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