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Dubrovnik City Walls
The first Dubrovnik Cathedral was built on the southern part of the Isle of Laus in the 7th/8th century in late antique and Byzantine style. It was dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary…
Built: from 13 to 17 century Style: most influential Gothic and Renaissance styles Architect: Paskoje Miličević, Juraj Dalmatinac, Michelozzo of Florence, Onofrio and Simeon della Cava, etc. Served as: fortification system for defence of the…
The Revelin fortress also has a particular place in the fortified architecture of the city, standing on a prominent site and reflecting the city’s power. It was built at the eastern entrance to the city,…
When you take a walk from Stradun to the harbour, exhausted from the crowd and steps, wishing to get close to the sea, you will find yourself before a dream-like scene. The old harbour is…
Location: Stradun; west side Built: started in 1337 Style: Romanesque-Gothic style Architects: Mihoje Brajkov from Bar; Leonard and Petar Petrović Remarkable for: Cluster Old Farmacy Pieta Library of incunabulas, old manuscripts, etc. Paintings by Franjo…
Dramatically poised on the highest point of the City of Dubrovnik overlooking the sea and land at every possible danger that might threaten its residents, this powerful and monumental fortress is today a real symbol…
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