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Margit Müller – faithful to Dubrovnik for 50 years

Written by  Jun 30, 2017

Austrian tourist Margit Müller has been coming to Dubrovnik for 50 years now and because of her loyalty to the city she has been rewarded with a small ceremony organized by the Dubrovnik Tourist Board. This event took place today in Zaton Mali, where this special guest received a bouquet of flowers and a glass statue of St. Blaise, for being one of the best promoters of Dubrovnik.

Margit comes from Salzburg, Austria spent her first vacation in Dubrovnik as a child of 7 years old in 1967 when she came with parents to Zaton Mali, with the Viska family and Marija Puljizevic, all to 1991, when there was a break of three years because of the war. Since 1994, this tradition has continued to this day.

Margit Müller sees the family Puljizevic as her second family and their home as hers. She spent almost every summer in Zaton, so she has many friends among the locals. This beautiful friendship began in 1967 when Margit’s parents during a spontaneous walk with their 7-year-old girl through Zaton asked the locals Viska and Maria Puljizevic to join them when they went on a boat to try fishing. After good catches, deliciously grilled fish and warm hospitality, they decided to spend their summers there.

These kind of guests are a great value to Dubrovnik and are often rewarded by the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.


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