Rector's Palace

Freya Godfrey
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From 1358 until 1808, what is now Dubrovnik was known as the Republic of Ragusa. Just to the south of Ponza Palace lies the Rector’s Palace, where the rector in power – an important official during the Republic – had their seat. The building would originally have held an armoury, a watch house and a prison. Admire the porch, with its carved archways, and consider stopping for a break in the portal on the western end, where you can take a seat in the shade in view of the carved columns. In summer, the inner atrium is used as a concert hall. The palace is now run by the Museum of Dubrovnik, and you'll pay a small fee to see its exhibitions. Game of Thrones fans may also recognise it as the location of the Spice King's Mansion. Image by neufal54 from Pixabay
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  • Ul. Pred Dvorom 3, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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    Students 50.00 HRK
    Kids 50.00 HRK Under 18
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