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Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik - first room on first floor
Croatia

The Rectors Palace is a Gothic-Renaissance structure that displays finely carved capitals and an ornate staircase. It now houses a museum. This photo is made with Nadir Samurai - panohead made in Croatia

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