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Dubrovnik Famous Citizens

Ruđer Bošković Ruđer Bošković Foto: Lib.irb.hr

14th–18th century

Ruđer Bošković (1711–1787), scientist, diplomat and poet

Marin Držić (1508–1567), Croatian playwright and prose writer

Marin Getaldić (1568–1626), scientist

Vlaho Getaldić (1788–1872), politician and poet

Ivan Gundulić (1589–1638), Croatian poet

Joakim Stulli (1729–1817), Croatian Franciscan, lexicographer

Mavro Vetranović (1482–1576), Croatian poet and writer

Cvijeta Zuzorić (c. 1552–c. 1600), poetess

19th century

Blagoje Bersa (1873–1934), Croatian musician

Pero Budmani (1835–1914), linguist

Vlaho Bukovac (1855–1922), Croatian painter

Frano Getaldić-Gundulić (1833–1899), soldier, statesman, nobleman, Knight of Malta

Ignjat Job (1895–1936), Croatian painter

Antun Paško Kazali (1815–1894), Catholic priest and writer

Miho Klaić (1829–1896), Croatian politician

Medo Pucić (1821–1882), writer and politician

Niko Pucić (1820–1883), politician and nobleman

Frano Supilo (1870–1917), Croatian politician, journalist and publicist

Mato Vodopić (1816–1893), bishop of Dubrovnik and poet

Ivo Vojnović (1857–1929), writer

20th century

Veselin Đuho (born 1960), Croatian water polo player and coach, Olympic gold medallist

Elvis Fatović (born 1971), Croatian water polo player and coach, European and World gold medallist

Joško Juvančić

Sanja Jovanović (born 1986), Olympic swimmer

Ibrica Jusić

Đelo Jusić

Hrvoje Kačić

Tereza Kesovija (born 1938), Croatian singer

Frano Kršinić, academic

Luko Paljetak, academic

Mihovil Španja (born 1984), Croatian Paralympic Swimmer

Dubravka Šuica (born 1957), Croatian Politician

Goran Sukno (born 1959), Croatian water polo player, Olympic gold medallist

Božo Vuletić (born 1958), Croatian water polo player, Olympic gold medallist

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