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  • The town was a republic many years ago so the what's today the City hall was once the residence of the pesident or king of the republic, it was called Duzd but I think he was more like a duke than a king or president
  • You can even walk on the top that wall because it is giant but that pleasure will cost you 15 euros per person

    • by lorelai
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      Dubrovnik is one of the most visited croatian touristic town. The sea is very beautiful there and so many famous people were there, even people from Hollywood.

      The town was a republic many years ago so the what’s today the City hall was once the residence of the pesident or king of the republic, it was called Duzd but I think he was more like a duke than a king or president.

      In front of the city hall you have the Orlando’s


      Column which was just reconstructed a few years ago.

      The most popular place in Dubrovnik is Stradun and that’s the streat that conncets the entrance to the old part of the town to the City Hall.

      There are no balconies on the buildings in this street because of the big earthquake which took place 1667 and the balconies were falling on people so they decided not to built any balconies on the main street any more.

      Everything is made of white stone ...


      • there and it looks very nice.

        There’s also Film festival organize there each year called Libertas.

        Marin Drzic was born there and he is one of the most important croatian writers and he was living there during the period of republick, so in 15 or 16 century I think.

        This town has the wall that used to protect it from the attacks from the land.

        Now the wall is at the entrance to the old part of town because the town is

        much bigger now.

        You can even walk on the top that wall because it is giant but that pleasure will cost you 15 euros per person.

        Dubrovnik is pretty expensiveand if you want to eat pizza in the old town you will pay for it the triple price you’d pay somewhere else in Croatia.

        I would recommand this town for everybody to see.

        If you don’t have money stay in some smaller town, like we did, and then make a trip to Dubrovnik, it is really worth seing.




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