Diocletian's Palace
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Diocletian's Palace
It is believed that the floor plan of the palace cellars mimicked the emperor’s sleeping quarters, which were located directly above. The cellars were originally used to store supplies, but today souvenir stalls have set up under the ancient vaulted ceilings. Spanning the palace's southern half, the substructure can be accessed from its southern walls through the Brass Gate or from Peristil Square.
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