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The city of poets, writers and scientists Many forms of artistic expression flourished during the long and rich history of Dubrovnik. The Dubrovnik literature experienced its renaissance "rebirth" in the 15th and 16th century, when many immortal works of literature were created. Emerging from life in Dubrovnik and created to amuse, provoke, cry and laugh, Dubrovnik literature developed from the people. The Dubrovnik Rectors, regarded as the best-educated citizens of Dubrovnik of that time (Dinko…
ART MUSEUMS MUSEUM OF MODERN ARTOpen: Daily 10 to 17 h except Monday 10 to 17 h GALERIE DULČIĆ-MASLE-PULITIKA Držićeva poljana bb Open: Daily: 9 to 12 h and 17 to 19 h, Saturday 9 to 12 h RONALD BORWN MEMORIAL HOUSE Address: Držićeva poljana bb Open: Daily: 9 to 12 h and 17 to 19 h, Saturday 9 to 12 h ART GALLERIES ART GALERIE STUDIOAddress: Prijeko 21 aOpen: Open: Weekdays from 10 to…
Buy 1 ticket and enter to eight museums & galleries / valid for 7 days from the first visit to one of the museum or gallery. Ticket price: Adults: 80 kuna Pupils and students: 25 kuna Groups of 10 or more: 60 kuna per person Includes entrance to: 1. The House of Marin Držić 2. Cultural History Museum and Rector's Palace 3. Maritime Museum 4. Ethnographic Museum 5. Archaeological Museum 6. Art Gallery Dubrovnik -…
The 'Pearl of the Adriatic', on the Dalmatian coast, was an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. Although severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Dubrovnik was founded in the first half of the 7th century by a group of refugees from Epidaurum, who established their settlement at the island and named it Laus. The Latin name…
The proposed extension to the west of the old city includes part of the Pile suburb, with the Brsalje plateau. It marks the point where a major road entered the Roman town that preceded medieval Dubrovnik, and archaeological excavations have revealed the presence there of a Palaeochristian basilica, as well as medieval cemeteries. The Lovrijenac Fortress, located on a cliff, is first mentioned in a document of 1301, but its defensive importance is such that…
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