and that every part of its Old City is a remarkable site and part of the rich heritage of our ancestors, makes Dubrovnik a special city - a living monument.

The rich historical monuments include the Old City with Stradun, Rectors Palace, St Blaises Church, Sponza Palace, Orlandos Column, attractive historic churches, cathedrals and city streets. Dubrovnik is both a treasury and museum that managed to preserve all of its historical buildings and their beauty, numerous baroque, renaissance and romanesque churches and palaces which are an essential part of the tourist programmes and sites that should be visited by all means.

The Maritime Museum is located on the First and Second Floors of Fort St. Johns.

The Ethnographic Museum is located in an old granary dating to the 16th century,...

The fact that it has been one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites for more than thirty years,...

The beginnings of natural science activity in Dubrovnik go back to 1872,...

The Monastery complex includes the third oldest pharmacy in Europe,...

The Cultural Historical Museum is located in the Rectors Palace,...

The finest Romanesque-Gothic cloister abounding with valuable works of art

Step back into the 16th century and visit a museum the likes of which you have never yet seen.

The Memorial House of Ronald Brown was opened on the occasion of the...

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