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Prozkoumej lokalitu Dubrovnik

Best things to do in Dubrovnik

History Museum
“At the Rectors Palace try to conjure up the way the city was governed in the course of centuries and how freedom was guarded as the greatest treasure of the Dubrovnik Republic. Open 09:00 - 18:00. Unified ticket costing 120kn for adults, 100kn for groups (10+ persons) and 25kn for students and pupils includes entry to Rector's Palace, Maritime Museum, Ethnographic Museum Rupe, Revelin Fortress archaeological exhibit, House of Marin Držić, Dubrovnik Art Gallery, Natural History Museum and Dulčić, Masle, Pulitika Gallery”
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History Museum
“For many, the most romantic of Dubrovnik’s buildings, with its gallery on Stradun and its mix of gothic and renaissance detail, this was always a public building. Directly facing Orlando’s column, the scene of all dramas of public life, Sponza housed the Republic’s mint and customs house – all the Republic’s trade passed through here. It was built 1516-1522 according to designs by Paskoje Miličević. Today, the graceful atrium is used as an exhibition space and venue for recitals. Open 10:00 - 22:00. Admission free. From May admission 25kn.”
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Kostel
“Svoje današnje obrise Dominikanski samostan je dobio u XIV. stoljeću,...savršeno se uklopivši u gradske zidine s kojima je predstavljao obranu grada. Zbog svog izuzetno osjetljivog strateškog položaja kojega su Dominikanci izabrali za svoj dom, gradnja ovog kompleksa, započeta 1228. godine, bezrezervno je podržana od dubrovačke vlasti. Elementi različitih stilova, romanike, baroka, gotike i renesanse ovdje se isprepliću u savršenom skladu i harmoniji. Sama crkva je jedan od najreprezentativnijih gotičkih prostora istočnog Jadrana. Kada mu je, u XV. st. prigrađena sakristija, kapitularna dvorana i trijemovi klaustra, samostanski kompleks poprima svoj konačni oblik. ”
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Museum
“Explore the rich history of the Republic of Dubrovnik.”
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Museum
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Museum
“The Ethnographic Museum has its origins in the collection of traditional culture that began to be formed in the first decades of the twentieth century.”
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Galerie
“A very moving exhibition with a great variety of approached to the horrors of war.”
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Museum
“The Memorial House holdings include paintings by the three major Dubrovnik painters of the second half of the 20th century Antun Masle, Ivo Dulčić and Đuro Pulitika”
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Museum
“This 1930s mansion just outside the Old Town at Ploče is the place to see an extensive collection of Croatian modern paintings and sculpture which encompasses almost all important artists since the beginning of the 20th century. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon. ”
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Museum
“Museum dedicated to Homeland war located inside fortress Imperial on top of hill Srđ”
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History Museum
History Museum
“View over Dubrovnik, from the top of the mountain Srd. use cable car or taxi to get there.”
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Museum
“till the first of october you can see Picasso graphics exposed”
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Galerie
“The Fort Imperial on Mount Srđ is the site of a permanent exhibition dedicated to Dubrovnik during the Homeland War 1991-1995. Displays include the fall of the Republic of Dubrovnik, the Serbian aggression in 1991, the victory of the Croatian forces in 1995 and the devastating toll it took on the local population and the city’s rich cultural heritage. Open 09:00 - 21:00. From September Open 09:00 - 18:00. Admission 30kn. Children under 12 free. ”
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Galerie
“This fine house next to the Rector's Palace is home to a gallery with some of the finest views in Europe – the windows look out onto the Cathedral, rivalling the artworks inside. The three painters that make up the gallery’s title are famous for painting local themes in eye-poppingly vivid style. Đuro Pulitika’s swirly, candy-coloured landscapes are a particular joy, and it’s a wonder that this little-frequented attraction doesn’t get a whole lot more visitors. The building was repaired and renovated by the US Government and serves as a memorial to Secretary of Commerce Ronald Brown who in 1996 died in a plane crash flying to Dubrovnik. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon. ”
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Museum
“In the old city, close to the house!”
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