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  Dubrovnik bed and breakfast ; Accommodation in Dubrovnik,Croatia
Dubrovnik bed and breakfast ; Accommodation in Dubrovnik,Croatia
Dubrovnik bed and breakfast is a small, family owned bandb
Dubrovnik bandb is recommended by Travel Europe Directory
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  Visit Croatia - Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is the most southern city in Croatia, and the most practical way to reach the city is to do so by air.
There are daily flights from London to Dubrovnik with British Airways, as well as several per week with Croatia Airlines.
As is perhaps to be expected, the range of accommodation in Dubrovnik is second to none.
www.visit-croatia.co.uk /dubrovnik   (669 words)

  
  Dubrovnik, Konavle, Boka kotorska
Dubrovnik was especially flourishing from the 15th to the 18th century, and was the chief rival to Venice.
Gjuro Baglivi (born in Dubrovnik, 1668-1707) was a professor of anatomy and theoretical medicine in Rome (Sapienza) already at the age of 28, and the Pope's physician.
To the east of Dubrovnik is the region of Konavle.
www.croatianhistory.net /etf/et111.html   (9086 words)

  
  Dubrovnik - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dubrovnik (Croatian with tone marks: Dùbrōvnik, stress on first syllable, IPA [ˈdǔ.bro̞ːʋ.nik], Dalmatian, Latin, Italian, and former English: Ragusa) is an old city on the Adriatic Sea coast in the extreme south of Croatia, positioned at 42°39′N 18°04′E at the terminal end of the Isthmus of Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik was founded by joining two small towns: Laus, a town on a small island off the southern Dalmatian coast, which provided shelter for the Italic refugees from the nearby city of today's Cavtat; and Dubrava, a settlement of Slavic immigrants at the foot of the forested Srđ hill.
In 1815, by the resolution of Congress of Vienna, Dubrovnik was annexed to the Austrian Empire (from 1867 Austria-Hungary), and remained in the crown land of the Kingdom of Dalmatia until 1918.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dubrovnik   (1934 words)

  
 Dubrovnik,Croatia - Dubrovnik sights,books and general information
Dubrovnik Marina is located in Komolac, in the interior part of Rijeka Dubrovacka, about 4 km from the entrance to the port of Gruz.
Dubrovnik is the city of an outstanding cultural and artistic life.
In the vicinity of Dubrovnik, in the gorge of the Ombla river, is Miho Pracat ACI Marina; it has 450 berths in the sea and 250 places on the land.
about.dubrovnikbedandbreakfast.com /index.htm   (1226 words)

  
 History of Dubrovnik - Museum in Dubrovnik, History Epidaurum - War in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik was founded in the first half of the 7th century by a group of refugees from Epidaurum (today's Cavtat).
Dubrovnik surrendered to French forces, as that was the only way to cut a month's long siege by the Russian-Montenegrin fleets (during which 3000 cannon balls fell on the city).
Dubrovnik was occupied by the Italian army and after that it was occupied by Germans.
www.dubrovnik-apartments.com /his.htm   (1133 words)

  
 Dubrovnik, Konavle, Boka kotorska
Dubrovnik was especially flourishing from the 15th to the 18th century, and was the chief rival to Venice.
Gjuro Baglivi (born in Dubrovnik, 1668-1707) was a professor of anatomy and theoretical medicine in Rome (Sapienza) already at the age of 28, and the Pope's physician.
To the east of Dubrovnik is the region of Konavle.
www.hr /darko/etf/et111.html   (8471 words)

  
 Dubrovnik   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dubrovnik was for centuries dominated by the Italian culture and language.
Dubrovnik was founded by joining two small towns: Laus, a town on a small island off the southern Dalmatian coast, which provided shelter for the Italic refugees from the nearby city of Epidaurum (today Cavtat); and Dubrava, a settlement of Slavic immigrants at the foot of the forested Srd hill.
In 1815, by the resolution of Congress of Vienna, Dubrovnik was annexed to Austria (from 1867 on Austria-Hungary), and remained in the Kingdom of Dalmatia until 1918.
koz.vianet.ca /boshis110.htm   (904 words)

  
 Dubrovnik Real Estate, Dubrovnik Properties, Croatia Dubrovnik, adriatic estate
Dubrovnik - the city of a unique political and cultural history (the Dubrovnik Republic, the Statute from 1272), of world-famous cultural heritage and beauty (inscribed on the List of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO) - is one of the most attractive and famous cities of the Mediterranean.
In the vicinity of Dubrovnik, in the gorge of the Ombla river, is Miho Pracat ACI Marina; it has 450 berths in the sea and 250 places on the land.
DUBROVNIK, a town, port and tourist centre of the southern Croatian coast; population 49,278.
www.dubrovnik-properties.com /en/dubrovnik.htm   (1173 words)

  
 Dubrovnik :: Croatia
The climate in the region of Dubrovnik is Mediterranean, with mild, rainy winters and hot and dry summers.
In 1806 Dubrovnik surrendered to Napoleon (which had already conquered the Venetian territories) and in 1808 the Republic of Dubrovnik was abolished.
In 1815, by the resolution of Vienna Congress, Dubrovnik was annexed to the Austrian Empire.
croatia.aventin.hr /dubrovnik.htm   (1156 words)

  
 Dubrovnik, Croatia's seaside beauty - The Boston Globe
DUBROVNIK -- Maybe it was the skull and crossbones on the pockmarked metal sign that made me want to turn on my heel and head back down the stark, rocky hill.
And after I had saturated myself with Dubrovnik's charms -- strolling the mile-and-a-quarter-long walls, sipping Croatian wine at an outdoor cafe, and lounging on the pebbly beach -- it was the war that intrigued me.
Dubrovnik, founded in the 7th century and with a population of about 44,000, hasn't much strategic value (except that destroying it would be a serious emotional blow to the Croatian psyche) ; Zagreb, the capital, is inland far to the north and, with nearly 800,000 people, far bigger.
www.boston.com /travel/getaways/europe/articles/2006/08/20/restored_jewel_old_dubrovnik   (1306 words)

  
 Annex XI.A : The battle of Dubrovnik
On 1 October 1991, the JNA invaded the District of Dubrovnik on multiple axes; the District was blockaded by sea and was subjected to bombardments by land, sea and air.
       The invasion of the District of Dubrovnik by the JNA led to masses of its residents seeking refuge in the City of Dubrovnik.
       The Institute for the Restoration of Dubrovnik is responsible for evaluating the war damage to private and public property in the District of Dubrovnik, with the exception of the cultural heritage, which is the responsibility of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments and the Natural Environment.
www.ess.uwe.ac.uk /comexpert/ANX/XI-A.htm   (13599 words)

  
 A guide to planning your trip to Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is Croatia's top sight, and its most visited destination (as well it should be) with a wide assortment of hotels from luxury to budget and plenty of private accommodation.
Dubrovnik has been living from tourism for the last hundred years, a living that was rudely interrupted when bombs started falling on the city in 1991.
Dubrovnik has become a vital stop on Mediterranean cruises which is great for the cruising public but not so great if you're trying to push your way through a narrow street from April to October.
www.croatiatraveller.com /southern_dalmatia/Dubrovnik/dubrovnik_index.htm   (423 words)

  
 Dubrovnik Croatia
The present area of Dubrovnik and the surrounding region was settled by Illyrians in the 3rd century B.C..
Dubrovnik, once a Democracy, now a part of Austro-Hungarian it could, at first, only be submitted to the new conditions.
Dubrovnik was occupied by the Italian army and after that it was occupied by Germans.
www.jobst.com.hr /croatia/dubrovnik-croatia.asp   (1164 words)

  
 Dubrovnik - History - Croatian National Tourist Board
Pursuant to the resolutions of the Vienna Congress in 1815, Dubrovnik was annexed to Austria.
During the period of independence of Dubrovnik, the state administration was in hands of the aristocracy; the administrative bodies were the Upper Council and the Lower Council (from 1238) and the Senate (from 1253).
Dubrovnik was the cradle of humanism and Latinism on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic.
www.croatia.hr /English/Destinacije/Opcenito.aspx?idDestination=40&idProperty=54   (503 words)

  
 Dubrovnik, city of the month
Dubrovnik is in southern Dalmatia, on the Adriatic coast.
Dubrovnik enjoyed its heyday in the 15th and 16th centuries, and it became an independent province in 1526 with a flourishing economy.
Dubrovnik’s Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin of was rebuilt between 1672 and 1713 on the ruins of a Romanesque church built, according to legend, with the help of gifts from Richard the Lionheart who was shipwrecked on his way back from the Holy Land and found refuge in Dubrovnik.
www.music-opera.com /site_english/ville_dubrovnik_e.htm   (1778 words)

  
 About Dubrovnik, Virtual tour Dubrovnik, gallery
Dubrovnik was the center of the Republic of Ragusa, which fell with the arrival of Napoleon at the beginning of the 19th century.
The main street in Dubrovnik, Stradun, is unique in its beauty; it is the center of the ancient town core and the favorite gathering point of the inhabitants.
Dubrovnik, with its 17 monasteries and churches and one of the oldest synagogues in Europe, represents a cultural heritage monument and is protected by UNESCO.
www.dubrovnik-accommodation.net /dubrovnik_info.php   (218 words)

  
 Croatia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dubrovnik was a city-state that was, at first, Byzantine (Roman) and Venetian, but later, unlike other Dalmatian city-states, became independent as Republic of Dubrovnik, even though it was often under the suzerainty of neighboring powers.
The Battle of Mohács in 1526 led the Croatian Parliament to elect the Habsburgs to the throne of Croatia.
Further south, Istria, Dalmatia and Dubrovnik all eventually passed to the Habsburg Monarchy between 1797 and 1815.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Croatia   (1898 words)

  
 Dubrovnik Travel Information | Lonely Planet Destination Guide
Dubrovnik's appeal lies in the old town of Stari Grad, with its marble-paved squares, steep cobbled streets, tall houses, convents, churches, palaces, fountains and museums, all cut from the same light-coloured stone.
Dubrovnik's city walls were built between the 13th and 16th centuries, and are still intact today.
Dubrovnik was pummelled with some 2000 shells in 1991 and 1992 during Yugoslavia's civil war.
www.lonelyplanet.com /worldguide/destinations/europe/croatia/dubrovnik   (406 words)

  
 DUBROVNIK by Find Croatia
Dubrovnik is the city located at the south end of Croatia.
Dubrovnik old town was built in the 13th century and remains almost untouched to the present day.
In the 16th century the legal status of the Dubrovnik Republic was completely established which meant the independent election of the rector and councillors,its own currency and the flag with its patron St. Blasius, the independed legislature and the right to establish consulates abroad.
www.find-croatia.com /dubrovnik   (1197 words)

  
 Dubrovnik Croatia
Dubrovnik Croatia - the city of a unique political and cultural history (the Dubrovnik Republic, the Statute from 1272), of world-famous cultural heritage and beauty (inscribed on the List of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO) - is one of the most attractive and famous cities of the Mediterranean.
In the vicinity of Dubrovnik Croatiak, in the gorge of the Ombla river, is Miho Pracat ACI Marina; it has 450 berths in the sea and 250 places on the land.
DUBROVNIK Craotia, a town, port and tourist centre of the southern Croatian coast; population 49,278.
www.apartments-dubrovnik.net /dubrovnik.htm   (1292 words)

  
 Dubrovnik travel guide
Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful cities on the Croatian coast.
The walls of Dubrovnik girdle a perfectly preserved complex of public and private, sacral and secular buildings representing all periods of the city’s history, beginning with its founding in the 7th century.
The Republic of Dubrovnik was the centre of a separate political and territorial entity, and was proud of its culture, its achievements in commerce and especially of its freedom, preserved down so many tempestuous centuries.
www.world66.com /europe/croatia/dubrovnik   (353 words)

  
 eastwest beach club - dubrovnik   (Site not responding. Last check: )
From the entrance to the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is the first port protected by islands on the maritime route to the West, and by way of the Neretva Valley, it has the fastest connection with its hinterland.
Dubrovnik Marina is located in Komolac, in the interior part of Rijeka Dubrovacka, about 4 km from the entrance to the port of Gruz.
Dubrovnik is located on the main road (M2, E65).
www.ew-dubrovnik.com /local_tips.html   (320 words)

  
 about Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is the city of the highest historical and cultural value and of an outstanding artistic importance.
Dubrovnik had four town gates, the two of them toward the port and another two (with bascule bridges) toward the mainland.
On the eastern side of the cloister is the chapter house with an altarpiece by Nikola Bozidarevic from 1513 and the tomb of the poet Dinko Ranjina (1531-1607).
www.croatiabooking.net /dubrovnik.html   (6292 words)

  
 Dubrovnik Private Accommodation, Apartments for rent in Croatia - Holiday- Vacation Rentals
Dubrovnik is a paradise for the old,the young,lovers,and especially children since the city is free of traffic.
The location of the Amoret apartments gives you opportunity to enyoy and be part of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival,from July 10-th till August 25-th every year,where you can see performances of world stars in classic music,ballet,drama and folklore...
On the Febrary 3th every year you can enyoy the traditional customs of Dubrovnik for the Day of Saint Blaise (Saint Vlaho)who is the protector of the city.Febrary is olso the time of Carnival in Dubrovnik,so come and join us masked.
www.dubrovnik-amoret.com /index.html   (278 words)

  
 Dubrovnik on a Silver Platter - Travelogue
Walking the city walls of Dubrovnik, you are served history on a silver platter, a history shaped by shrewd diplomats.
At Pile Gate, a good starting point, a white poster depicts how Grad Dubrovnik, the old city, was attacked by the Yugoslav army in 1991-92, distinguishing between direct hits, shrapnel and fires, with an abundance of tiny triangles to symbolize all the damaged roofs.
Dubrovnik, until 1918 named Ragusa, is guarded by St. Blaise, the city's patron saint appearing everywhere, including a little niche above the entrance to Pile Gate.
www.travel-library.com /europe/croatia/hr_20050622073217.html   (1115 words)

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