Nice old stone house in Solin, near Split. Needs total renovation. A 400m2 garden also belongs to the house.
Adriatica Real Estate
contact: +385 99 2018 000
Writing a brief summary of the history of Solin, formerly the capital of a Roman province, and describing its important monuments, is a task both appealing and hard. It is well known, namely, that Salona disappeared at the end of the classical? poque, never to be renewed again. In the Middle Ages, the Salonitan town area, the entire former Salonitan ager (agricultural lands), established at the end of the Roman Republic, was between three important centres that were often in collision: between the towns of Trogir and Split, and the Klis fortress, for a long time in the possession of the Croatian dignitary families, and then by the Turks. This inevitably determined the destiny of the former town of Salona, the present Solin, and its environments.
- 18 km2