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Dubrovnik stradun
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Dubrovnik in one day   


Make sure to begin your brief visit to Dubrovnik with a promenade in Stradun or Placa...

the main street, while getting the first impressions of one of the Mediterraneans most beautiful cities. The astonishing city of stone is surrounded with 1,940 m long stone walls. A tour of the worlds second most frequented open-air museum will definitely take your breath away.

The fantastic views will inspire you to take some photographs, and the sights that you will capture will continue to amaze you over and over again. Visit the museums of Dubrovnik and find out where the rector of the glorious Dubrovnik Republic used to live, where grain was stored, which sailing ships formed parts of the powerful Dubrovnik Republic fleet travelling around the world, making Dubrovnik famous.

Taste some of the delicious Mediterranean specialities at the taverns and restaurants of the Old City and complete the treat with a cup of coffee in Stradun.

Buy some of the typical Dubrovnik souvenirs (delicacies, traditional filigree jewellery, a bronze statuette of St Blaise, Konavle embroidery…) to always remind you of the day when you began to discover Dubrovnik and inevitably fell in love with it forever, wishing to come back…

Text: http://www.tzdubrovnik.hr/eng/dubrovnik_za_novost.php?id=1612&id_main=&namjena=20

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Taken: 01/07/2011
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Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: dubrovnik; cratia; placa; stradun; hrvatska
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