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In the summer of 2010 the cable car that can get you on top of Srd mountain re-opened afterrenovation of the original that dates back to 1969. After it has taken over 2,5 million visitorsto enjoy beautiful view of Dubrovnik from the best location, it was, unfortunately, completelydestroyed during th…
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Depending on who you talk to, Dubrovnik's city walls are the most beautiful, best-preserved, or most complete city walls in the world. It's certainly the place to start any visit to the city.
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Inside the Pile Gate, Stradun (also known as Placa), the city's main street, runs straight across the old town, following the line of the channel that originally separated the island of Ragusa from the mainland. A constant surage of turists throngs the Stradun in summer, while the evening korzo is t…
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A narrow passageway leads from St Saviour's Church to the fourteenth-century Franciscan monastery (Franjevački samostan) complex, whose intriguing late Romanesque cloister is decorated with rows of double arches topped by a confusion of human heads and fantastic animals.The attached treasury is also…
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North of the Stradun a succession of alleys filled with potted plants runs uphill towards the city walls, on the way crossing Prijeko (literally "across" - a refer­ence to the time when this part of the city was divided from the rest of Dubrovnik by a channel of sea water), which runs parallel to St…
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