Dubrovnik with its historic center is located at the foot of Mount Srđ, and to this day has kept its urban core consists of the city walls, Gothic churches, Renaissance and Baroque churches and many monasteries, palaces and fountains.
UNESCO tangible Heritage Dubrovnik Old Town (Dubrovnik, Dalmatia)
UNESCO tangible Heritage Dubrovnik Old Town, Tourist guide for vacation in Dubrovnik, Dalmatia
UNESCO tangible Heritage Dubrovnik Old Town, Dubrovnik – Don’t miss
he perimeter walls of the old town of Dubrovnik is a must see for all tourists visiting Croatia. In the past served as a defense of the city and today instead encircle the old town. On the way, visit the museum of the city of the sea and 2 ancient chapels. The city walls are 2 km long, up to 25 m high. In the east, Dubrovnik is protected by the fortress Revelin while in the western part of the fortress Lovrijenac. The fortress Revelin is located on the sea with a beautiful terrace in the shape of square with a view of the harbor. While the Fort of Lovrijenac is famous for its inscription “NON BENE PRO TOTO LIBERTAS VENDITUR AURO”