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Dubrovnik Palace Hotel - lobby area overlooking the Adriatic
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Dubrovnik Palace Hotel, the luxury 5-star resort located on the beautiful Lapad peninsula in Dubrovnik, Croatia offers impressive views of the open sea from every corner, room and outlet. More about the hotel on www.alh.hr

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