The guidebook Dubrovnik City Walk – Palaces, Streets and Squares is in many ways a different Dubrovnik travel guide. Away from the tourist traps you will be guided through the medieval palaces, streets and squares unique for its glance and historical beauty.
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Croatia is a multicultural Babylon waiting to be discovered. The cultural history of this country is unique in Europe. In an unimaginably small space, different civilizations, cultures and religions came in contact with one another and merged during the century.
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On the left side of the Stradun Promenade, when facing the clock tower, is the Jewish Quarter. The Synagogue, which is still standing, was built in 1408. This is the oldest, still active synagogue of Spanish Sephardic Judaism in the world. It is also, after the synagogue in Prague, the second oldest synagogue in Europe. On its floor lies the Moorish rug which the Spanish Queen Isabella, the benefactor of Columbus, gave her Jewish physician.
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Over the gates of Fort Lovrijenac one can find yet another variation of the city’s ever present motto: “Non Bene Pro Toto Libertas Venditur Auro” or “Liberty is not well sold for all the gold”. Continue reading Fort Lovrijenac in Dubrovnik
A small square opens to you when you enter the historic center through the Pila Gate. In the center of the square stands the round Onofrio’s Fountain.
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