Dubrovnik is home to a number of historical and cultural monuments. It’s most famous is of course the city walls, which draw thousands and thousands of visitors every year. Another great landmark is the Dominican Monastery in Dubrovnik, pictured above. Construction first began on the monastery back in 1301. Today, the monastery functions as a museum, where visitors can view a rich array of religious paintings, artifacts, jewelry and other items from Dubrovnik’s grandiose past.
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Oh, and by the way, did you know that Dubrovnik Fountains have their own story to tell? And that, at the time of writing this article, the magnificent city is among the most valued places of residence to locals? It may get a little bit crowdy during summer season, but Dubrovnik is still much-loved locality, attracting tourists from all corners of our globe. In addition to Game of Thrones Stars, even Brad Pitt had his own adventure is this unique coastal city.
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