Spalato


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Spalato

(ˈspaːlato)
n
(Placename) the Italian name for Split
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Recensione di: Srecko Jurisic, Universita di Spalato, Croatia.
Mis dimensiones no fueron obstaculo para que el arquitecto escoces Robert Adam, cuando visito Spalato en 1757 (ciudad en la que me ubico y hoy se conoce como Split), me considerara uno de los monumentos mas bellos de Europa.
of Spalato, his Shiftings in Religion (1624): 10-11 cited in Questier,
Spalato Ceruso et al., "Drug-induced hepatotoxicity in cancer patients - implication for treatment," Expert Opinion on Drug Safety, vol.
Under Venetian rule, along with all the islands and towns of Dalmatia, Spalato was isolated between the Adriatic Sea and the high mountains behind, beyond which were the Ottomans.
The sections cover political and geostrategic borders, bordering regions, and bordering "Turkey in Europe." Among specific topics are the distinctiveness of the Habsburg-Ottoman border in the 18th century, alternative paths towards the age of mercantilism: the Venetian project of the Scala Di Spalato, the process of establishing the border between Russia and the Ottoman Empire in the Peace Treaty of Adrianople in 1713, regions and borders during revolutionary transformations: the example of the papal enclaves Avignon and the Comtat Venaissin in the years of the French Revolution, and revisiting early Ottoman urban morphology in southeastern Europe.
Valdivieso superpone en su relato (aquel que el narrador anonimo ofrece, a su vez, al lector) tres estadias en Venecia a lo largo de su experiencia de marino: la primera como cadete: "con un barco surto en el Bacino della Stazione Marittima y en un invierno frio y negro, con nevadas espesas que sumergieron las techumbres de los palazzi y amontonaron bloques de hielo en el patio del Palacio Zecca" (Foguet 1986: 16); la segunda como capitan "entre el 55 y el 60, en que anduvo cargando cemento en la costa dalmata, cuando haciamos la linea al Mediterraneo y ya nadie llamaba Fiume al Fiume y Spalato a Spalato" (Foguet 1986: 12) y la ultima, cercano a su retiro "en ese invierno del 80, cuando regresaba en un vaporino de San Lazzaro" (Foguet 1986: 13).