To celebrate our arrival in Dubrovnik earlier this week, we strolled along its glimmering stone streets by night. Many of the city’s visitors had departed via cruise ship, and we had the city’s streets much to ourselves (well, certainly much more so than on a bustling summer evening).
Here is the Rector’s Palace as well as the Assumption Cathedral. The Rector’s Palace served as the seat of government for the Republic of Ragusa for more than five centuries. The cathedral, which was built during the 17th century, sustained some damage during the Siege of Dubrovnik in 1991, but like much of the city, has been restored to perfection.
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