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The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary was originally constructed with monies donated by Richard the Lionheart having survived a shipwreck nearby on his way back from the Third Crusade in 1192. The present structure has existed since the 18th century. Its cupola...More
It is certainly a top attraction in Dubrovnik. Read about the St Blaise History: Some centuries AFTER his Death he (I mean: his spirit) warned Dubrovnik priests about the imminent Venetian attack, what ends up by protecting the city against invaders. The Statue of St...More
The Dubrovnik Cathedral is built on the site of former cathedrals from the 7th , 10th , 11th and 12th Cent., the latter destroyed in the great Earth Quake of 1667 . It took about 40 years to complete the building .
Rather plain, not...More
Dubrovnik’s Old Town has no shortage of religious landmarks every tourist should visit, but chief among them has to be the cathedral. If you enter Old Town from the water, the cathedral is just s couple of blocks inside the wall. As they, you can’t...More
British king Richard the Lion Heart funded this church to thank God for surviving a ship wreck nearby. That’s a good story, isn’t it?
The cathedral is bright and full of good vibrations. Don’t pass by, but spend at least a couple of minutes to...More
My wife and I had a short stop off in Dubrovnik whilst on a TUI cruiser and enjoyed the visit. The cathedral is quite small (well as far as cathedral normally go) but is a true delight. Free to enter, is contains several paintings and...More