Leading Croatian confectionary company Kraš has joined forces with Split Museum and Tourist Board to dedicate a special chocolate to the city’s most famous attraction.
Kraš today presented the special white chocolate Diocletian’s Palace. The chocolate, dedicated to palace in the heart of the city built by the Roman emperor in the 4th century, is also intended to be a unique souvenir.
“We hope that this becomes an exclusive souvenir for locals and guests of Split which brings unforgettable memories to one of the oldest and most beautiful cultural monuments in Croatia and is worthy to present the city of Split and Croatia in the world,” Kraš said.
The chocolate, which weighs 300 grams, costs 130 kuna and is available at Kraš outlets.
The white chocolate Diocletian’s Palace is made according to the original shape from the year 305.
The reconstruction of the model is based on the 60-year research and work of architect Jerko Marasović. The model was made by sculptor Frane Šitum.
Check out how it is made below.