Living History

LIVING HISTORY

Argosy - the mighty Dubrovnik ships mentioned by Shakespeare

Dubrovnik has a rich and proud history, one which visitors can soak up as they walk its magnificent walls and old town, and the Republic of Ragusa, as it was called, was an important – and independent – beacon of trade, diplomacy and influence for many centuries. 

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Rozeta – a symbol of light, heritage and history

Visitors to Dubrovnik usually encounter the same first impressions. The wow factor of the first view of this majestic and historic city jutting out to the Adriatic. 

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LIVING HISTORY

The Maritime and Natural Beauty of the Lopud Island

Lopud’s lush Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation, beautiful gardens, parks and beaches are a wonder to behold. Lopud is one of the most developed islands for touristic pleasure in the South Dalmatian Region.

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The Lazareti of Dubrovnik: An Additional Protection

Dubrovnik is one of the world's most famous cities, and the Pearl of the Adriatic is known all over the globe for its rich history, culture and iconic walls. 

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Baćina Lakes – Nature Performs a High Note

Almost exactly half way between Split and Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Highway sits six interconnected lakes and one separate lake which together form the Baćina Lakes.

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The Sokol Tower, the Guardian of Konavle Valley

Sokol Tower, the most impressive medieval remain in the Dubrovnik area, offers an impressive view of the magnificent landscapes of Konavle in their full beauty. 

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