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Dubrovnik is a magnet for tourists during the warmer summer months when the beaches are packed and the historic Old City shines in the Adriatic sunshine. But what to do…
How did a ship from the Dubrovnik Republic change the English language and even had the great William Shakespeare using it in his play? Dubrovnik was a republic built around…
Dubrovnik brought in a law banning slavery in 1416 – the first decree on its type in the world The oldest active salt factory in the world is in Ston…
In 1434 the first orphanage was opened in Dubrovnik, making it one of the first ever institutions of its kind in the world. The government of the Republic of Dubrovnik…
Temperatures are rising throughout the whole of Croatia and with a mini heatwave on the way it is important to know what to drink and eat throughout the hot period.…
One of the greatest fears when living in a walled and self-contained city are fires. Blazing fires jumping from one building to the next and within minutes half of the…
Rain, storms, grey skies and a depressed population often all stem from one weather condition in Dubrovnik – a southerly wind. The south wind, known as the jugo, is a…

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