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Welcome to Dubrovnik Walking Tour
"Welcome to Dubrovnik tour is 2 hr long overview of the Old Town of Dubrovnik; its past and present. You'll be introduced to the most important historical sites (the Sponza Palace the Rector's Palace the Church of St. Blaise the Cathedral Franciscan and Dominican Monastery). On a request it can be extended for additional hour by a walk over the City Walls (2 km long) surrounding the city or visit to some of Dubrovnik Museums like the Cultural Historical Museum the Maritime Museum
From EUR100.00
 
Dubrovnik City Tour: Panorama of Republic of Ragusa
"After you are picked up in front of your hotel around you will go towards the bridge of Dubrovnik where you have a possibility to take some pictures of the city harbor. Then a drive to Dubrovnik Old Town. In Dubrovnik the stone talks from its most hidden corners to its most sumptuous palaces that have all been silent witnesses of the time when this City was the seat of the glorious Republic of Ragusa. The old town tour starts at the Pile gate continues to the main street of the Old Town - Stradun till the statue of Orlando the keeper of the flag of Liberty. On the way you will visit Dubrovnik’s most important sights such as the Cathedral St Blaise and St Francis church
From EUR335.00
 
Konavle Folklore Private Tour from Dubrovnik
"The village of Cilipi is well-known for its carefully preserved popular customs. You will get a traditional welcome in Čilipi with dry figs and herb brandy followed by a walk through this picturesque village with a typical rural architecture. Also yo where villagers come dressed in their national costumes. On this excursion you will enjoy the folklore performance of dances and folk music of the area held in front of the church. Also you will visit the Konavle Ethnographic Museum arranged like a t jewelers and festive costumes of the bride and groom.""""The Konavle Valley with its thirty villages well known for its beautiful landscape elegant national costumes and embroideries has carefully preserved its traditions and customs passed down through generations."
From EUR160.00

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Jesuit Church

After visiting a few church in town I hardly can describe what we all seen, they're all worth to see. Each of them has different style of exterior and interior. This church lies in a peaceful place of the old town where tourist not much around.

This one was started around 1669 and finished about 1725, dedicated to St. Ignatius
The interior decorations are some of the earliest Jesuit works of art in Europe. Although the front of the church is very elegant, the rest of the exterior is rather plain and a very simple interior

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shavy
Sep 01, 2014

Jesuit Church of St. Ignatius

This church dominates Boskovic Square which has several other beautiful baroque buildings. Construction began in 1653, but the 1667 earthquake interrupted the process. In 1725, the building was finished and is currently Dubrovnik's largest church, slightly larger than the Cathedral.
The church has a bell from 1335 which is considered to be Dubrovnik's oldest preserved bell.

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Aug 20, 2013

Jesuit Church

We visited two of Dubrovnik's churches, the Jesuit Church as well as the cathedral. For me the inside of the Jesuit church was much more impressive than the rather uninspiring cathedral interiour. What I enjoyed the most was the kitschy Lourdes crypt. Too bad I was not allowed to take pictures in here. Oh well, I guess you have to see it for yourself!

sabsi
Jun 06, 2008

JESUIT CHURCH

Jezuite Street leads to the foot of the imposing staircase (modeled in 1738 on the 'Spanish Steps' in Rome) that mounts to Sv. Ignacija, the baroque church of the Jesuits, designed by A. Pozzo (1725) in imitation of the Gesu in Rome. The belfry boasts a bell cast in 1355. The focal point of the spacious interior is the apse painted by the Sicilian G. Garcia (1738).

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Jan 23, 2006
 
 
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Jesuit Church

The interior of the baroque style Jesuit Church on the east side of town is gorgeous. Beautiful paintings and frescoes line the walls and ceiling. Stunning marble columns with gold plated accents adorn the main chapel.

Like the By the Jesuits staircase leading up to it, this church was built after the 1667 earthquake.

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karenincalifornia
Jan 13, 2005

Jesuit Church

Along the southern wall toward the western end of the Old Town, you'll find the oldest part of the city known as Pustijerna. Much of this ancient quarter survived the devastating earthquake of 1667 and as a result the buildings here have a more worn and rugged appearance.

The Jesuit Church is located at the top of the Spanish Steps that lead up from Gunduliceva poljana. It is the city's largest church and I had the whole place to myself when I was there. It is modelled after the church of Gesu in Rome.

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Apr 10, 2004

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Island of Lokrum

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Minceta Fortress

Located in the north area, in the highest point of the walls, this strong construction, besides its imposing structure, is a good place to photograph the town. Climbing it under the sun is hard,...
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