Located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea is the beautiful city of Split. It’s the 2nd largest city in Croatia surpassed only by the capital city of Zagreb. One of the most popular features the city offers is the Cathedral of St. Domnius. What used to be a Diocletian’s mausoleum was converted into a church in the 7th century. One of its most famous characteristics of the Cathedral is the bell tower, which provides a stunning view of the surrounding city. While adoring the scenery, the city seems completely out of order. Buildings almost randomly built on top of each other. While there’s probably a logical explanation, I choose not to bother but simply enjoyed the amazing views surrounding the tower.
- Weekly featured photo – September 29, 2012 (travelinpixels.wordpress.com)