Manastirine
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2extreme4U
Karlsruhe53 613 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2023 • En famille
The archaeological excavations in Salona are definitely worth seeing, but are only visited by a few tourists because they are located outside the city center. The Manastirine cemetery is located right at the entrance to the area and is an early Christian cemetery with interesting sacrophages and the ruins of a church.
Écrit le 13 janvier 2024
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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Espagne22 077 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2022 • Entre amis
Manastirine is one of the buildings (in ruins) located in Ancient Solana Ruins, in a little town near Split, in the center of Dalmatia. It is one of the first buildings, you can see, when you enter to visit the ruins of the all town. It has a religious place, where you can see some walls. Also, here there were some graves, which were found in the excavations of the place. Very interesting.
(See also Ancient Solana)
Écrit le 20 septembre 2023
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CatharineB
Ottawa, Canada1 637 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2023 • En couple
The best place to start your exploration of ancient Salona at the Manastirine, right before the entrance to the archaeological park. This necropolis had been in use from the 2nd c BC until the destruction of the city in the 7th c. In the 1st c AD, a Roman pagan necropolis emerged.

This archaeological site is particularly important for ecclesiastical history since Saint Domnius, Bishop of Salona and patron of the city of Split, who was executed during Diocletian’s persecutions of the Christians in 304, was buried here. Ironically, his remains were later moved to the St. Domnius Cathedral in Split – what was once Diocletian’s mausoleum.
At the end of the 4th c a memorial chapel was erected containing the tombs of Domnius and other bishops. By that time other Christians wished to be buried near the martyrs and other graves and sarcophagi were built. In the 5th c a large three-nave basilica was constructed and then reconstructed in the 6th and 7th c.

Many sarcophagi can be found here. In the early seventh century, the cemetery was looted and partly destroyed.

The cemetery exhibits a feature of Christian cemeteries at that time to have deceased buried as close as possible a martyr.

The ruins of the necropolis and the basilica are well preserved.
Écrit le 23 août 2023
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK185 717 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2023
The Manastirine Necropolis was a pre-christian burial site in the 1st century AD. From the 2nd century BC until the destruction of the city in the 7th century, it was used as a christian burial site especially after it became known this was also the burial place of Saint Domnius, the Bishop of Salona in the 3rd century. A church building was built on this site, although it’s largely a ruin, the outlines of a church are evident. The original tomb of Saint Domnius is sign posted and there’s an information board as well, although his remains were moved to Rome when the city fell in the 7th century. Many of the sarcophagus have been left out in the open for display and some are highly decorating, underlying the former prosperity of Salona. One of the best stops on the site.
Écrit le 2 juin 2023
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dodome48
Tokyo1 427 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2019
すぐ現れる遺跡がここ。棺がたくさん無造作にありました。棺といえばメデューサですが、ここにもメデューサがあしらわれているものがありました。
Écrit le 26 octobre 2019
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chickandbeast
Southgate, Canada8 727 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2019
Original crypts and walls you can see how it was all laid out. Some very ornate carvings all made of stone.
Écrit le 16 octobre 2019
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Danny-Ost
Buggenhout, Belgique865 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2017 • En famille
een deel van een grote site Romeinse overblijfselen. voor wie van historische plekken houdt is dit een aanrader. weinig volk zeer rustig
Écrit le 14 août 2017
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Michael P
Tagaytay, Philippines1 291 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2016 • En couple
Ante Batarelo has led our shore excursion group of Prinsendam cruisers that was organized on Cruise Critic Rollcall to the Basilica and Manastirine cemetery ruins of Salona. Ante points out the Narthex with its marble entryway. From there we can see the presbytery and the schola cantorum that Ante has to explain for those of us that came across the great pond. The number of sarcophagi in this cemetery surprises our little group. Sadly, grave robbers that had no respect for history have violated all of the sarcophagi in the search for financial rewards. We took lots and lots of pictures to see what we missed the first time. The Roman Mosaic floor now leaning against a stone wall with six double symbols that look like swastikas we believe to mean “Life of Life” is holding up well against the elements. Maybe someday this artwork will be preserved from the ravages of the elements. We are all happy to have had this wonderful experience.
Écrit le 21 juillet 2017
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KaraBinNemsi
Graz, Autriche672 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2017 • En famille
Auf dem ehemaligen Friedhof wurden beeindruckende Sarkophage gefunden, die teilweise unglaublich künstlerisch gestaltet wurden.
Écrit le 21 avril 2017
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Ana
Moscou, Russie371 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2016 • En couple
Before excavation, there were vineyards and olive trees among the remains of the walls. Later, a vast Christian cemetery, with graves of all types, was found. This archaeological site is particularly important for ecclesiastical history since here was buried Saint Domnius (Sveti Dujam), Bishop of Salona and patron of the city of Split, who was executed during Diocletian’s persecutions of the Christians in 304. His relics were later moved to the Cathedral of Saint Domnius (Katedrala Svetog Duje) in Split. The Cathedral was built in the mausoleum of Diocletian itself, the emperor who martyred him. In Manastirine, there are remains of many cemetery chapels with sarcophagi erected around the martyr’s tomb. The churches were built here on several layers. The Cemetery on Manastirine have not yet fully explored. This place and surroundings are full with amazing archaeological ruins. Definitely, a must! Highly recommended!
Écrit le 19 février 2017
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