The company of the City of Dubrovnik - Dubrovacka bastina d.o.o. after a break caused by the corona virus opens its premises in Lazareti and the Bunic-Kaboga Summer Villa for all visitors, in compliance with the epidemiological measures prescribed by the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia.
From this week in the fourth and fifth nave of Lazareti you can visit the exhibition 'Dubrovnik Caravan Road' by Ana Opalic and David Kabalin, the result of many years of research and artistic reconstruction of the caravan route that connected Dubrovnik with its hinterland and for centuries was the basis of economic and cultural development of Dubrovnik.
In the second nave, visitors can see the exhibition 'Dubrovnik, a Scarred City', a multimedia display of the war destruction and reconstruction of Dubrovnik made on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the inclusion of Dubrovnik's historic core on the UNESCO's list of protected cultural heritage and the 20th anniversary of its removal from the endangered world heritage sites.
These exhibitions are open from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm, and from 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays.
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