Coat of Arms of the Split City ,dating from XV century

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Coat of Arms of the Split City from XV century
making: hand made, replica archeological find
material: stone imitation
dimension: 18x23cm, hanging on the wall
weight: 1,3 kilo
packaging: eco cardboard box 24x25cm , multi-lingual leaflet
orgin: Croatian products
use: Croatian souvenir / gift product 
Code: 620


COAT OF ARMS OF THE SPLIT CITY FROM XV CENTURY
The mediaeval Dalmatian cities , like other European cities, expressed their independence also trough their coats of arms.
The coat of arms of the city of Split is found on the City Hall on the People's Square (known as Pjaca).
The City Hall datas back to the 14th century , whereas the current look of the coat of arms datas back to the 15th century.
It was made after the model of an older coat of arms from the times Split was governed by the dukes of the Šubić family.
It shows the city walls with towers and a bell tower, with the Croatian coat of arms and the city patron St.Duje next to it.
 

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