Split (Croatian pronunciation: [splît]; see other names) is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, centered on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split's greater area includes the neighboring seaside towns as well. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is a link to numerous Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula.

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  • أَسْبَالَطو (بالكرواتية:Split (سبليت) - اسمها العربية مشتق من اللاتينية Spalato) هي أكبر مدينة في دلماسية وثاني أكبر مدينة في جمهورية كرواتيا. يقطنها حوالي 221,456 ساكن. (ar)
  • Split [ʃplit] (kroatisch Split, italienisch Spalato, entstanden aus griechisch ἀσπάλαθος, aspálathos) ist die zweitgrößte Stadt Kroatiens. Sie ist die größte Stadt Südkroatiens und gilt daher im Volksmund als „Hauptstadt Dalmatiens“, ohne dass ihr dieser Status je offiziell zugesprochen wurde. Die Stadt ist Verwaltungssitz der Gespanschaft Split-Dalmatien (kroatisch Splitsko-dalmatinska županija), die den mittleren Teil Dalmatiens umfasst. Split zählte 2011 etwa 167.000 Einwohner. Split ist eine bedeutende Hafenstadt und Sitz der katholischen Erzdiözese Split-Makarska. In Split befindet sich zudem eine Universität. Die Ursprünge der Stadt sind auf den Diokletianspalast zurückzuführen. Die Innenstadt von Split mitsamt dem Diokletianspalast wurde 1979 von der UNESCO zum Weltkulturerbe erklärt. (de)
  • Split (Acerca de este sonido [splît] (?·i), en griego: Ασπάλαθος, Aspálathos; en latín, Spalatum) es una ciudad situada al sur de Croacia, puerto marítimo de la costa dálmata, en el mar Adriático. Cuenta con 221 456 habitantes, según el censo de 2007. Es la principal ciudad de la región de Dalmacia, la capital del condado de Split-Dalmacia y la segunda ciudad más populosa del país, después de Zagreb, de la que dista 380 km. Es un importante puerto pesquero y base naval del Adriático, así como un centro cultural y turístico importante; la ciudad antigua es una joya arquitectónica, declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad en 1979. En su entorno existen astilleros, fábricas de cemento y de plástico, industrias madereras, vitivinícolas y de la alimentación. (es)
  • Split (grec ancien : Ασπάλαθος, Aspálathos, latin : Spalatum, italien : Spalato) est la seconde ville la plus peuplée de Croatie et le siège du Comitat de Split-Dalmatie. Au recensement de 2011, le comitat comptait 454 798 habitants, la municipalité 178 102 habitants, dont 96,23 % de Croates et la ville seule comptait 167 121 habitants. La ville de Split s'est établie à l'intérieur, puis autour de l'immense palais de l'empereur romain Dioclétien, construit entre 294 et 305, qui s'étendait sur une surface de 39 000 m2. L'empereur était originaire de la ville de Salone (située sur les hauteurs de Split). En 1420, Split fut intégrée dans la République de Venise, jusqu'à sa disparition en 1797. La ville est aujourd'hui inscrite sur la liste du patrimoine mondial par l'UNESCO. C'est un grand port, industriel et touristique de la côte dalmate. (fr)
  • Spàlato (in croato Split, in dalmatico Spalatro, in greco antico Ασπάλαθος Aspálathos), è una città della Croazia, capoluogo della regione spalatino-dalmata, principale centro della Dalmazia e, con i suoi 178.192 abitanti (2011), seconda città del Paese. Spalato è anche sede universitaria e arcivescovile. Il nome della città deriva dalla ginestra spinosa, arbusto molto comune nella regione, che in greco antico era denominato Aspálathos (Aσπάλαθος). Sotto l'Impero romano la città si chiamò "Spalatum" e nel Medioevo "Spalatro" in lingua dalmatica. In lingua slava viene denominata "Split" mentre in italiano "Spalato". Nei primi anni del XIX secolo il nome divenne "Spljet" per poi tornare di nuovo alla forma "Split". (it)
  • スプリト(クロアチア語: Split、イタリア語: Spalato、ギリシア語: Ασπάλαθος, Aspálathos、ラテン語: Spalatum)は、クロアチア南部スプリト=ダルマチア郡の主都で、ダルマチア最大の都市。アドリア海東海岸の、小さな半島に位置する。 (ja)
  • Split (Italiaans: Spalato) is de grootste en belangrijkste stad in Dalmatië. De stad had in 2007 221.456 inwoners en is daarmee de tweede stad van Kroatië. De havenstad is gelegen op een klein schiereiland in de Adriatische Zee en is een belangrijke economische en toeristische transitstad. Vanuit de haven kunnen namelijk meerdere Adriatische eilanden en Italiaanse steden worden bereikt. De stad is de belangrijkste stad in zuidelijk Kroatië en wordt in de volksmond de hoofdstad van Dalmatië genoemd, hoewel het officieel slechts de status heeft van hoofdplaats van de provincie Split-Dalmatië. De belangrijkste economische activiteit in Split is het toerisme. Daarnaast zijn visserij, wijnbouw en chemische industrie belangrijk. Het is ook een belangrijk verkeersknooppunt voor Dalmatië, doordat veel van de Dalmatische eilanden uitsluitend vanuit de haven van Split bereikbaar zijn. Het eiland Brač ligt tegenover de stad Split. Aan de westrand van het centrum ligt de beboste heuvel Marjan, met daarop enkele kerkjes, een dierentuin en een begraafplaats. (nl)
  • Split (Ασπάλαθος [Aspálathos], em grego; Spalatum, em latim; Spalato, em italiano) é a maior e mais importante cidade da Dalmácia, bem como o centro administrativo do condado de Split-Dalmácia, na Croácia. Está situada numa pequena península na margem oriental do Mar Adriático, na base dos montes Kozjak e Mosor. Com uma população de 193.867 habitantes (2005), 95,15% dos quais de origem étnica croata (censo de 2001), é a segunda maior cidade da Croácia. (pt)
  • Split (wł. Spalato) – miasto i port w Chorwacji (Dalmacja), nad Morzem Adriatyckim na niewielkim półwyspie, stolica żupani splicko-dalmatyńskiej. Jest to drugie co do wielkości miasto Chorwacji pod względem liczby mieszkańców. Składa się z 27 dzielnic. W mieście znajdują się hale sportowe Spaladium Arena i Arena Gripe oraz stadion sportowy Poljud, który w 1990 roku był areną lekkoatletycznych mistrzostw Europy. (pl)
  • Сплит (хорв. Split, итал. Spalato) — город в Хорватии с более чем 1700-летней историей. Самый крупный город Далмации и второй по величине город страны после столицы — Загреба. Центр известного курортного региона, находится в центральной части побережья Адриатики между городами Задар и Дубровник. Население 178 102 человек (по данным переписи 2011). (ru)
  • 斯普利特(Split),是一座位於地中海畔、亞得里亞海東岸的克羅地亞南部港市。市內人口約有18萬(2001年調查),是達爾馬提亞地區最大都市,也是克羅埃西亞第二大城。同時,斯普利特亦是區內最古老的城市之一,若以古羅馬戴克里先宮始建造期(305年)起計算,該市已有1700年歷史。 (zh)
  • Split (Croatian pronunciation: [splît]; see other names) is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, centered on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split's greater area includes the neighboring seaside towns as well. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is a link to numerous Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula. Split is one of the oldest cities in the area. While traditionally considered just over 1,700 years old, counting from the construction of Diocletian's Palace in 305 CE, the city was in fact founded as the Greek colony of Aspálathos (Aσπάλαθος) in the 4th century BC, about 2,400 years ago. It became a prominent settlement around 650 CE, when it succeeded the ancient capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia, Salona: as after the Sack of Salona by the Avars and Slavs, the fortified Palace of Diocletian was settled by the Roman refugees. Split became a Byzantine city, to later gradually drift into the sphere of the Byzantine vassal, the Republic of Venice, and the Croatian Kingdom, with the Byzantines retaining nominal suzerainty. For much of the High and Late Middle Ages, Split enjoyed autonomy as a free city, caught in the middle of a struggle between Venice and the King of Hungary for control over the Dalmatian cities. Venice eventually prevailed and during the early modern period Split remained a Venetian city, a heavily fortified outpost surrounded by Ottoman territory. Eventually, its hinterland was won from the Ottomans in the Morean War of 1699, and in 1796, as Venice fell to Napoleon, the Treaty of Campo Formio rendered the city to the Habsburg Monarchy. In 1805, the Peace of Pressburg added it to the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy, and in 1809, after the Treaty of Schönbrunn, it was included directly in the French Empire, as part of the Illyrian Provinces. After Napoleon's defeat in 1814, it was eventually granted to the Austrian Empire, where the city remained a part of the Austrian Kingdom of Dalmatia until the fall of Austria-Hungary in 1918 and the formation of Yugoslavia. During World War II, the city was annexed by Italy, then liberated by the Partisans after the Italian capitulation in 1943. It was then re-occupied by Germany, which granted it to its puppet Independent State of Croatia. The city was liberated again by the Partisans in 1944, and was included in the post-war Federal Yugoslavia, as part of its republic of Croatia. In 1991 Croatia seceded from Yugoslavia amid the Croatian War of Independence. (en)
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  • The modern-day center of Split with Diocletian's Palace in 2012. Visible also are the medieval Varoš district and the Giardin Park.
  • A German Panzerspähwagen Sd.Kfz. 231 armoured car during the second occupation of Split in 1943, descending from Marjan Hill, with the city in the background.
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  • أَسْبَالَطو (بالكرواتية:Split (سبليت) - اسمها العربية مشتق من اللاتينية Spalato) هي أكبر مدينة في دلماسية وثاني أكبر مدينة في جمهورية كرواتيا. يقطنها حوالي 221,456 ساكن. (ar)
  • スプリト(クロアチア語: Split、イタリア語: Spalato、ギリシア語: Ασπάλαθος, Aspálathos、ラテン語: Spalatum)は、クロアチア南部スプリト=ダルマチア郡の主都で、ダルマチア最大の都市。アドリア海東海岸の、小さな半島に位置する。 (ja)
  • Split (Ασπάλαθος [Aspálathos], em grego; Spalatum, em latim; Spalato, em italiano) é a maior e mais importante cidade da Dalmácia, bem como o centro administrativo do condado de Split-Dalmácia, na Croácia. Está situada numa pequena península na margem oriental do Mar Adriático, na base dos montes Kozjak e Mosor. Com uma população de 193.867 habitantes (2005), 95,15% dos quais de origem étnica croata (censo de 2001), é a segunda maior cidade da Croácia. (pt)
  • Split (wł. Spalato) – miasto i port w Chorwacji (Dalmacja), nad Morzem Adriatyckim na niewielkim półwyspie, stolica żupani splicko-dalmatyńskiej. Jest to drugie co do wielkości miasto Chorwacji pod względem liczby mieszkańców. Składa się z 27 dzielnic. W mieście znajdują się hale sportowe Spaladium Arena i Arena Gripe oraz stadion sportowy Poljud, który w 1990 roku był areną lekkoatletycznych mistrzostw Europy. (pl)
  • Сплит (хорв. Split, итал. Spalato) — город в Хорватии с более чем 1700-летней историей. Самый крупный город Далмации и второй по величине город страны после столицы — Загреба. Центр известного курортного региона, находится в центральной части побережья Адриатики между городами Задар и Дубровник. Население 178 102 человек (по данным переписи 2011). (ru)
  • 斯普利特(Split),是一座位於地中海畔、亞得里亞海東岸的克羅地亞南部港市。市內人口約有18萬(2001年調查),是達爾馬提亞地區最大都市,也是克羅埃西亞第二大城。同時,斯普利特亦是區內最古老的城市之一,若以古羅馬戴克里先宮始建造期(305年)起計算,該市已有1700年歷史。 (zh)
  • Split [ʃplit] (kroatisch Split, italienisch Spalato, entstanden aus griechisch ἀσπάλαθος, aspálathos) ist die zweitgrößte Stadt Kroatiens. Sie ist die größte Stadt Südkroatiens und gilt daher im Volksmund als „Hauptstadt Dalmatiens“, ohne dass ihr dieser Status je offiziell zugesprochen wurde. Die Stadt ist Verwaltungssitz der Gespanschaft Split-Dalmatien (kroatisch Splitsko-dalmatinska županija), die den mittleren Teil Dalmatiens umfasst. Split zählte 2011 etwa 167.000 Einwohner. (de)
  • Split (Acerca de este sonido [splît] (?·i), en griego: Ασπάλαθος, Aspálathos; en latín, Spalatum) es una ciudad situada al sur de Croacia, puerto marítimo de la costa dálmata, en el mar Adriático. Cuenta con 221 456 habitantes, según el censo de 2007. (es)
  • Split (grec ancien : Ασπάλαθος, Aspálathos, latin : Spalatum, italien : Spalato) est la seconde ville la plus peuplée de Croatie et le siège du Comitat de Split-Dalmatie. Au recensement de 2011, le comitat comptait 454 798 habitants, la municipalité 178 102 habitants, dont 96,23 % de Croates et la ville seule comptait 167 121 habitants. C'est un grand port, industriel et touristique de la côte dalmate. (fr)
  • Spàlato (in croato Split, in dalmatico Spalatro, in greco antico Ασπάλαθος Aspálathos), è una città della Croazia, capoluogo della regione spalatino-dalmata, principale centro della Dalmazia e, con i suoi 178.192 abitanti (2011), seconda città del Paese. Spalato è anche sede universitaria e arcivescovile. (it)
  • Split (Italiaans: Spalato) is de grootste en belangrijkste stad in Dalmatië. De stad had in 2007 221.456 inwoners en is daarmee de tweede stad van Kroatië. De havenstad is gelegen op een klein schiereiland in de Adriatische Zee en is een belangrijke economische en toeristische transitstad. Vanuit de haven kunnen namelijk meerdere Adriatische eilanden en Italiaanse steden worden bereikt. (nl)
  • Split (Croatian pronunciation: [splît]; see other names) is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, centered on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split's greater area includes the neighboring seaside towns as well. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is a link to numerous Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula. (en)
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  • Split (nl)
  • Split (pl)
  • Split (pt)
  • Сплит (город) (ru)
  • 斯普利特 (zh)
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