MATE Rimac got married in Split yesterday.
The wedding was held in Villa Dalmatia, which was hailed as the people of Split by Tito’s villa. Tito’s villa is one of the most attractive wedding venues in Dalmatia, and it was not booked two years in advance until Saturday of the pandemic.
By 2018, the rent for commercial villas used for ground floor space and terraces will be approximately 28,000 kuna. By the end of 2018, the city of Split will round the rent to 30,000 kuna.
The mandatory agency cleaning fee and value added tax that must be paid after the event are included in the rent.
“The reason for the increase is that the operating cost of the facility includes electricity, water, heating or cooling, additional staff were hired during the event, and part of this increase will be used to increase the cost of cleaning agency services.” He told Free Dalmatia At the end of 2018, the manager of the complex, Marin Urlić.
The villa below Marjan was built by entrepreneur Franjo Schiller in 1914 and it was called Villa Schiller until World War II. In 1947, it attracted the attention of the then government.
The authorities confiscated it and arranged for Tito and his entertainment. It was later named Villa Dalmacija, but it is still known as Tito’s villa among the people of Split. Since the end of the eighties, it has been managed by the city of Split.