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Image Width: 4992
Image Height: 3328
Bits Per Sample: 8 8 8
Photometric Interpretation: RGB
Image Description: The Roman Emperor Diocletian spent his declining years in an enormous palace that he had built near his birthplace, Aspalthos, in Dalmatia. With the passing centuries the original architecture of the palace has been altered, but the people of the city, later called Spalato, and then Split, were able to use the structure of the palace, damaging it as little as possible, under Byzantine, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian rule. Thus, a harmonious city came into being within the Roman walls.
Make: Canon
Camera Model Name: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Samples Per Pixel: 3
Planar Configuration: Chunky
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS2 Macintosh
Modify Date: 2006:07:08 22:16:13
Artist: Dan Heller
Copyright: Photo (c) www.danheller.com
Exposure Time: 1/200
F Number: 8.0
Exposure Program: Aperture-priority AE
ISO: 100
Date/Time Original: 2006:05:23 10:41:45
Create Date: 2006:05:23 10:41:45
Shutter Speed Value: 1/197
Aperture Value: 8.0
Exposure Compensation: -2/3
Metering Mode: Multi-segment
Flash: Off, Did not fire
Focal Length: 24.0 mm
Color Space: sRGB
Exif Image Width: 265
Exif Image Height: 181
Exposure Mode: Auto
White Balance: Auto
Gamma: 2.2
IPTC Data
Object Name: diocletian-palace-1.jpg
Country-Primary Location Name: Croatia
Credit: Dan Heller
By-line: Dan Heller
City: Split
Copyright Notice: Photo (c) www.danheller.com
Province-State: Dalmatia
Keywords: palace, diocletian, croatia, diocletians palace, europe, horizontal, split
Location: Split, Dalmatia, Croatia
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