It is a testament to the genius of Roman civil engineering that the Aqueduct of Salona (Solin) is still in use today. Built in or around the 1st century AD the Aqueduct of Salona is an impressive sight, easily accessible to the intrepid visitor. The Aqueduct of Salona brings water from the river Jadro and continues onwards past Salona to Split, ending at the Palace of Diocletian.
Restoration work was undertaken in the 19th century to repair and preserve the Aqueduct of Salona and of all the attractions in the ancient city, it is considered to be the best preserved.
The Aqueduct of Salona