Info about Split - Plaža BačviceCity: Split
Webcam name: Split - Plaža Bačvice
Longitude: 16.447202, Latitude: 43.50258
Release date: 3 June 2015
Kada se spomene Split, pomisli se na Bačvice i obratno. Osim grada i najpoznatije plaže u Hrvatskoj, na spomen Bačvica mnogi od nas se sjete picigina. Glavna splitska plaža poznata je u čitavoj Hrvatskoj pa i dalje u svijetu. Udaljena je nekih 10 minuta šetnje od središnjeg dijela grada, smještena u prelijepoj pješčanoj uvali. Zbog specifične konfiguracije terena, i pažljivo - prirodno - biranog sitnog pijeska, plaža Bačvice je idealna za igrati picigina. Picigin je dodatno proslavio plažu, a pravi splićani zaigrat će ovu igru bez obzira koje je godišnje doba. Ako želite pogledati u živo jedan meč svakako posjetite naše kamere.
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The oldest traces od settlements in Split date back to the Copper Age,
before the end of the third century BC, where in Gripe were found gold and copper objects.
Recent studies prove that in this area there was a settlement before the
construction of Diocletian's Palace.
According to the findings, the most recognizable are the habor on the north side of
Marijana, aphitheaters, and sacred objects.
The Roman emperor Diocletian had its palace built in 295., on the south side of the Split peninsula,
so he could spend his retirement days there.
In the 4th century Diocletian's Palace was the workshop of cloth for the soldiers, and later was a haven of
high imperial dignaitaries.
In the Middle Ages the town was under the rule of Byzantium, and from time to time under
the authority of Croatian kings and princeses.
In the 12th century Split was ruled by Croatian-Hungarian king Koloman, and was granted
the privilege by wich Splits freedom was recognized in the administration of the city.
Later that priviledge was recognized and affirmed by other Hungarian kings.
In the modern worlf, in 15th century Split was ruled by Venetians.
1608. in Split was a plauge that killed more than two-thirds od the population.
After the first world war, Split begins to grow sharply and it became an improtant
cultural, economic and administrative center.
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