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We wandered in here one evening after supper and so glad we did. It's a very simple but highly effective exhibition. My husband and I were transfixed by the images of these (mostly) very young men who defended their City. It was captivating and maybe...More
This isn’t precisely a tourist attraction, but rather a place to remember those who died during the siege of Dubrovnik during the Yugoslav civil war in the 1990s. Every Croatian who died is remembered with a photo and a short description of the death, but...More
The Memorial Room is free to visit and is within the Sponza Palace at the end of the main street. It is a small collection of photos taken after the bombing of Dubrovnik and of those known as The Defenders of Dubrovnik who lost their...More
We paid a visit to this small but poignant museum in the heart of the Old Town. It is a very simple photographic collection of the mainly young men who died trying to defend Dubrovnik in the early 1990's.
It is very real as they...More
We came here two years ago and wanted to see it again.
A very moving experience with photographs of the very young men who died while defending Dubrovnik.
There are also photographs which depict the destruction of the City during the war. Every visitor should...More
Man can be so cruel to man. While Croatia is not faultless in the wars following collapse of Yugoslavia, the Siege of Dubrovnik was cruel. Just think, every local adult you meet lived through this siege. The TV photos are devastating, the portraits of those...More