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Geography and climate in Split

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Geography and climate

Split is the center of Dalmatia and also the second largest city after the capital in all of Croatia. The city occupies a peninsula covered with mountains. This peninsula is also home to the Marjan Nature Reserve. Split is located between two other cities: Dubrovnik and Zadar. On the sea side, the city is surrounded by the islands of Solta, Drvenik, Brac, Bisevo, Vis and Hvar.

Time is 2 hours behind Moscow.

The climate in the city is Mediterranean, summer is warm and dry, winter is mild. Average temperature in February: +5 ° С, in July: +26 ° С. The water temperature is highest in August - this month it reaches + 26.5 ° С.


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