Ruins of the Solin Amphitheatre

Ruins of the Solin Amphitheatre

Ruins of the Solin Amphitheatre
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2extreme4U
Karlsruhe53 550 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Familie
Since we had enough time during our stay in Split, we also visited the archaeological excavations in Salona one afternoon. We parked in the parking lot near the amphitheater and paid the entrance fee to look at the whole area. The amphitheater is in pretty bad condition, so don't expect the Colosseum in Rome or the theater in Verona :-)
Skrevet 12. januar 2024
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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Spania20 456 bidrag
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okt. 2022 • Venner
Ruins of the Solin Amphitheatre are located near Split, the main city in Dalmatia Region, in Croatia. They are ruins of Roman Ages, where you can walk and see ruins of the town, where one of the most important places are this amphitheatre. Very nice place to walk, visit and begin to know the Roman period in Croatia.
Skrevet 20. september 2023
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Nick de Kievit
Weert, Nederland2 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Venner
There is nothing wrong with the ruin. Looks nice and is as you would expect from a ruin.
Unfortunately, there is a grumpy guard who keeps watch and tells you that you have to pay 8 euros per person. Photos are not allowed, pay first. Which is strange because you can walk straight into the ruins from the open parking lot.
Skrevet 19. september 2023
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CatharineB
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mai 2023 • Par
The ancient city of Salona, 5 km from Split, is famous for its Roman ruins. The name derives from the salt flats in the area. Originally an Illyrian and then a Greek settlement, it only became an important center when the Romans built a city next door.

During the rule of Augustus, the town became a Roman colony and later became the capital of the province of Dalmatia.

In the 1st century AD, the Romans built an amphitheater, theaters, temples, baths, the Forum and walls reinforced with towers. Salona became the richest city with the largest population in the median region of the Adriatic. In 614 Avars and Slavs destroyed it and it fell into disrepair.

The ruins of the Amphitheatre are imposing and it was probably covered in stone and stood in the newer part of the city. Our guide stated that according to historians, the amphitheatre could seat up to 20,000 people. The foundations and a part of the lower tribune have been excavated and the discovery of a network of underground channels has led to the theory that simulated navel battles were held in the arena.

Built in the 2nd c, the arena was integrated into the town fortifications. Consisting of three floors, there was even a system to cover it all with canvas to protect against rain and the heat of the sun. During Diocletian's persecutions of Christians, the amphitheater was used as a site of executions, and Saint Domnius, Bishop of Salona and patron of the city of Split, was executed here and later buried in Diocletian’s mausoleum.

This ‘small’ amphitheater remained almost in its original shape up to the 17th c when the Venetians destroyed it in fear that the Turks may return and use it as a fortification.

Although ancient Salona is a huge site, some guide books do not even mention it. Additionally, I found it to be poorly signposted along the route and could use some TLC. I was somewhat disappointed when I saw several people enter without paying, clearly funds are needed for this site’s upkeep.

Regardless, for archeology lovers it is an unmissable stop.
Skrevet 23. august 2023
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Ronald B
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aug. 2023 • Familie
Beautiful location with rich history.
Despite that, few tourists were seen.
It can be warm there, so bring plenty of drinks!
Skrevet 3. august 2023
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jul. 2023 • Par
This is not a comment on the quality of the site, but rather on the unpleasant experience we had there.
We had about 40min of free time, and decided to check out this site. There is a huge, dirt parking lot when you approach the site, and we read that it is free. My husband went to enquire about the site, the prices and the parking lot. He was told the parking was free, the tickets were 8 euros, and he took a picture of a map of the area. It is a big place to visit with different locations, and it was immediately clear we did not have enough time. So we decided to go for a short stroll around the area. The parking lot is right by the Roman ruins, which is a big, open field with mostly low ruins, visible from the parking lot and other venues. We took a couple of pictures and walked down a small public road. There was a cute old house there, where a young guy in a white shirt was sitting looking at his phone. I saw the house had a plaque indicating it was a part of the Roman ruins, so we stayed outside the fence. We took a couple of pictures of the building and of some old houses and plants on the other side of the road. It was extremely hot, so my husband went back to the car to retrieve hats and water as I waited in the road, and then we continued to where the road became a dirt path. We took more pictures of the back of the ruins and vegetation. At the turn, the path became a paved modern sidewalk along a busy street, so we decided to turn back. We sat down for a moment, drinking water and admiring a wild nectarine tree and walked back. At the parking lot, I saw the guy in the white T-Shirt taking a picture of our licence plate. I asked him what he was doing, and he said we didn't pay for the parking. We told him that we asked and were told the parking was free. He said the parking was free only for the people with tickets. We explained this is not what we were told by the man in the booth. He said that even if that's true, we should know that there is nothing like a free parking in Croatia. Well, we didn't. By the way, the parking lot is huge, and there are no signs saying that you need to pay or need to be a ticket holder. The booth sits at the end of this open space, so it isn't even clear that the two are related. Also, we were one of five cars in the lot that had spaces for probably a 100 more, so we weren't taking anyone's space. I started wondering who this man was, and if this was a scam because he did not identify himself. Anyway, he then told us that he saw us taking pictures. This comment surprised me again because we didn't know this was forbidden. We were in the parking lot, and then on a public road and we took pictures of visible ruins. We weren't hiding this. There were no signs saying that this was not allowed. These ruins are in the open, so even when I took the panorama of Split they were in my picture. I explained this. The man said we didn't pay for the ticket, and so we shouldn't be taking any pictures except for the other side of the road. I asked how we could know this, and he said he was shaking his head at us when he saw us doing this. I explained we didn't observe him shaking his head, and if we did we wouldn't know what it meant. In fact, we didnt even realize he was an employee (by now I noticed he had a badge hanging from his neck). I also asked why he wouldn't simply tell us not to take any pictures if this was not allowed? All of this seemed to make him angrier. We heard that if we couldn't afford the tickets we should have asked him to take pictures for us, that it wasn't ok what we did, that we tricked him, and he saw us going back there and he has it on the cameras. Again, I explained that we sat at the end of the path and NEVER entered the site area since we did not have the tickets, which he could check with the cameras. At this point it just felt like a verbal assault in public with people staring. He told us we put him in 'this position', and we shouldn't be doing "these things." Truly, I started shaking inside, and my husband started trying to calm the situation by saying we didn't mean to offend anyone, and we apologize for any possible offence. From that point on the young man ignored me completely, only turning to my husband. In the end, after more talking, he scolded us again for doing a "not OK" thing, but said he will "tolerate" it this time. This horrible, humiliating and unfair experience ruined our day completely, and frankly tinted our warm memories of Croatia. I do not wish this low feeling on anyone, especially on vacation, and when you are careful to follow the rules while enjoying and appreciating the local culture.
Here are my suggestions to any authorities in charge of this site:
1. Please clearly post whether or not this is a free parking, or free with some limitations.
2. If you don't want people to take pictures of anything around this area, make your employees politely inform the visitors, post this information on signs, or even better, build a fence around the ruins to block the view.
3. Please train your employees as to how to approach public with any issues in a polite and considerate manner. Most people mean well, and there is no need to assume the worst and humiliate anyone. What happened was a public relations disaster that unfortunately will be hard to forget.
Skrevet 27. juli 2023
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Ivan Mercadante Boscardin
São Paulo, SP5 976 bidrag
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jun. 2023 • Alene
A antiga cidade de Salona, a 5km de Split, é famosa por suas ruínas romanas. O nome deriva das salinas da área. Originalmente um povoado ilírico e depois grego, só se tornou um centro importante quando os romanos construíram uma cidade ao lado. Durante o governo de Augusto a localidade virou uma colônia romana chamada Martia Julia Salonae e depois foi capital da província da Dalmácia. No séc. I d.C., os romanos construíram um anfiteatro, teatros, templos, termas, o Fórum e muros reforçados com torres, e Salona passou a ser a cidade mais rica e com maior população da região mediana do Adriático. Em 614 avaros e eslavos a destruíram e ela caiu em desuso. Hoje em dia, Salona é uma cidade de classe média-baixa.
Skrevet 11. juli 2023
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Daniele P
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jun. 2023
E' uno scavo molto interessante con pannelli esplicativi dettagliati e chiari lungo il percorso di visita. L'ingresso è accanto all' Hotel Salona Palace. C'è un ampio parcheggio poco prima della biglietteria. Uscendo da Spalato abbiamo seguito le indicazioni per Solin dove poi abbiamo trovato utili cartelli indicanti lo scavo. Avevamo impostato google maps che in realtà non è stato necessario.
I visitatori non erano molti il che ha reso ancora più affascinante la visita.
Complemento prezioso alla vista di Spalato
Skrevet 27. juni 2023
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VeniUltra
Halland, Sverige1 300 bidrag
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mai 2023
Detta är ett av flera områden med ruiner som finnes att se här. Man ska veta, och detta gäller hela området, att det är ganska "fjuttiga" ruiner rörande höjd och hur mycket arkitektur man faktiskt skönjer. Dock är området stort och man ska mer se det som en promenad i en miljö där ungarna faktiskt uppskattar att rusa runt och gömma sig bland ruiner och utforska dessa, samtidigt som det är avslappnande för de vuxna, utanför centrums turistiga stress. Vi hann inte se allt, men fick en god inblick i områdena.
Skrevet 20. juni 2023
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK184 975 bidrag
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mai 2023
Located at the western end of the Solin archaeological site is the Amphitheatre. Built in the 2nd century, the arena was integrated into the town fortifications. It consisted of three floors that could accommodate up to 17,000 spectators. In addition to gladiatorial fights, the arena could also be filled with water for the simulated reenactment of naval battles. There was also a sort of royal box for the local governor and other dignitaries. The amphitheatre is well preserved and the remaining structures make it easy to imagine the seating and the rest of the arena.

This is probably the best thing to see in Solin ruins.
Skrevet 2. juni 2023
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