Dugopolje

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Dugopolje is located in Croatia
Dugopolje
Location of Dugopolje in Croatia

Dugopolje is a highly developed municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County.[1] It has a population of over 3500,[2] 99.5% which are Croats. Noted in Dugopolje is a vranjaca, or cave. The city of Split, where considerable early history is centred, is located 15 km from Dugopolje. The Roman Emperor Diocletian built the now World Heritage Site Diocletian's Palace in present day Split, which was the center of the region's culture in the fourth century AD.

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Coordinates: 43°34′49″N 16°35′49″E / 43.58028°N 16.59694°E / 43.58028; 16.59694