There are few places on the planet where you can experience so much living history surrounded by so much of its past. Split is more of state of being rather than an ancient city where people come to look at museums and artifacts. The reason is simple.
It’s because that this private, walled fortress built as an Emperor’s retirement home, has been continuously lived in for 1,700 years—the reason why these once grand wide straight streets are now so serpentine and narrow.
Over the centuries people living here used not only parts of the Palace, but the streets to build their houses. With no place to put their debris and human waste, they simply put holes in the street and dropped it into the basement.
When conservators dug it out, they found these