The Port of Split and the Historical Core of the City in Images up to the Middle of the 19th Century from the Croatian Maritime Museum Split and the Archaeological Museum in Split

Miljenko Lapaine


In 2019, an exhibition on the port of Split and the historic core of the city was held in Split. The exhibition presented plans, drawings and panoramas that are kept in the Croatian Maritime Museum in Split and the Archaeological Museum in Split. The authors of the exhibition and the catalogue were Danka Radić and Arsen Duplančić. The exhibition was set up on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the inscription of the historic centre of Split with Diocletian's Palace on the UNESCO World Heritage List.


exhibition; Split; Diocletian's Palace; UNESCO

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