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History Museum
“The Palace of the Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik was built as the seat of the government and the apartment of the prince, the most political function in the Dubrovnik Republic. The mayor was elected for a term of one month, and at that time he was head of the Little Council. In Prince's Palace, the prince had his office and apartment where he stayed during his term, separated from his family. At that time he could not leave the court except for state and protocol reasons. Overnight, he would keep the keys from the city that he returned to the people at the protocol ceremony. In the area of the Rector's Palace there are halls of the Grand and Small Councils, the state office, the courtroom, the prison, the armory and the barutan. At the entrance is the Latin inscription Obliti privatorum publica curate ("Forget private and worry for the public")”
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History Museum
“The Palace of Sponza is also known as Divona. Its name comes from the Latin word “spongia”, which marked a place where rainwater was collected. The Palace of Sponza had many crucial roles for the city of Dubrovnik, some of which are: ban, school, treasury and many more. ”
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Igreja
“The Dominican Monastery houses inspiring works by the members of the Dubrovnik 15th and 16t century school of painting and a canvas by the great Titian”
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“The excellent place to see and understand why Dubrovnik is so global popular destination with special respect!”
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“It's the closest museum. You can get to know our local customs and see how our people lived during the centuries”
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“Visit the Rupe Ethnographic Museum and learn more about the granary and storage of the state grain and wheat reserves in deep pits cut into the rock. Acquaint yourselves with the customs and folk costume of the Dubrovnik region. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Tue. 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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Galeria de arte
“A very moving exhibition with a great variety of approached to the horrors of war.”
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Museum
“Museum dedicated to Homeland war located inside fortress Imperial on top of hill Srđ”
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“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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“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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History Museum
“ Full and half day excursion to the top of the Srđ Hill; enjoy beautiful amazing view ”
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History Museum
“ Fort Imperial was built 1810, Napoleon ordered the construction to resist the Russian and Montenegro forces on the first line to the ex Otoman empire. The Fort was not attacked since its construction until 6. December of 1991 (St. Nicolas day) when it was attacked by chetniks heavy artillery, but the Serbs failed to occupy it. The fighting around the Fort lasted all day long and 24 heroes of HOS and HV Special Unit managed there to withstand the attack. Dubrovnik was in flame, thousands of all kinds grenades was fallen on the City, it was one of the worst days for Dubrovnik in its looong history. Today the Fort is museum of homeland war 1991.”
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Galeria de arte
“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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History Museum
“The collection dates back to 1872 when the Museo Patrio (Native Musem) was founded with a donation from the Chamber of Trade and Crafts and the private collection of pharmacist and ship-owner Antun Drobac. The collection of 100 year-old taxidermy specimens may not appeal to everyone, but kids will probably love it and learn a lot too, and the museum is not so big as to keep you on foot for hours. Other rooms are used for temporary exhibitions. Open 10:00 - 17:00, Sat 10:00 - 14:00. Closed Sun. ”
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Galeria de arte
“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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