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This complex is located at Ploce in the direction of the eastern city entrance. In the 17th century this was the largest merchants transit centre in the whole Adriatic, with buildings, courtyards and warehouses. It was also known as the quarantine...more
Medieval quarantine for travelers. Dubrovnik was one of the first to implement this public health measure. Also, the tan brick and its location right on the Adriatic makes for lovely photos. Interesting and a neat way to get to Banje Beach!
Once a place where in the 15th century all the goods and passengers during the trading were checked as this place was a quarantine, today you can buy local souvenires, listen to rock, indie and jazz music, and also attend some of the plays or...More
This was Dubrovnik's detention facility built at the beginning of the 1600's. For 40 days, travelers, regardless if they came by boat, caravan, or any other means, were required to stay for the mandatory period of time.
Today it hosts art shows and remains very...More