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Cathedral St. Dujam

Octagonal building inside the Diocletian's Palace, served as the imperial mausoleum, in the eighth century, this building, which before the emperor wanted to destroy Christianity, became a Christian cathedral. In a round inside the cathedral which was placed in the crypt are decorated with wreaths column of exceptional finesse, and ornate doors are an example of a rich Hellenistic style. The dome was built of brick, was once decorated with mosaics and hexagonal pulpit of the thirteenth century, bears the features of late Romanesque architecture. Monumental wooden door of 1214 year with decorated walnut tree decorations are the work of Andrij Buvin. For 28 fields, framed floral, depicts scenes from the life of Christ. Cathedral St. Dujam, together with the whole complex of the Palace of Diocletian, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage.

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