Medieval City of Dubrovnik, Croatia

I spent the last two days working my way down the Dalmatian Coast, passing briefly through Bosnia-Herzegovina, and into the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik. Like many of the major destinations in Hrvatska (Croatia), the old city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, mostly attained because of it’s rich history which included being one of the most important trade hubs in the region – rivaling only Venice, Italy – and calling it’self home to many notable poets, playwrights, painters and other scholars. It’s obvious even today to see why it was home to a large stable of creatives, as it’s beauty and rich architecture is still inspiring, especially to me. 

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