a string of pearls including both material and nonmaterial heritage.

The value of Dubrovnik was recognised by UNESCO already thirty years ago, while the Festival of St Blaise joined the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in October 2009. The Dubrovnik Republic, which presents the golden period of the Dubrovnik history, perfectly regulated the City and its life through its statute and other historic documents.

The Republic did not erect monuments to its contemporaries. The seaman Miho Pracat is the only person who deserved this great honour, while the figure which one sees most often on the monuments of Dubrovnik is St Blaise holding a model of the City in his hand…

The city of Dubrovnik is a living monument,...

Turning from Prijeko to R. Bošković Street,...

Put up in 1418, Orlandos Column, with the statue of this Medieval knight in armour, ...

Minčeta Fortress dominates the highest north-western part of the City.

The main entrance to the city walls is situated in Placa by the Inner Pile Gate,

Walking eastward along the landward side of the walls up to Ploče Gate,...

The first quadrangular pier tower was constructed in 1346 in order to...


Walking along the seaward city wall to the west one arrives to Bokar Fort,...

The fort raises on the 37-metre high sea cliff outside the city walls.

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