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When you stand outside looking in you can see the parts that have gone. The stones still in place show that there are two missing towers and the arches above give you an idea about how high it was.
The gate is best seen from...More
Parallel to the exterior of the eastern wall of Diocletian's Palace is a small bazaar selling everyday goods, produce, crafts and souvenirs. It's a nice stroll in late afternoon and allows access to the Decumanus, the palace's main east-west street, through the Silver Gate.
This was one of the entrances to the Palace compound, originally a double gate on the eastern wall, only the inner section is still standing and still retaining some of the arches and recesses used to display sculptures. We were told that the gate and...More