The Old City of Dubrovnik is a late-medieval walled city known for its Gothic,
Renaissance and Baroque monuments. It developed under the name of “Ragusa”
from the 14th century on as a maritime city-state. In its heydays during the 15th
and 16th centuries it was a rival of Venice. A devastating earthquake in 1667
destroyed most of its public buildings and ended the city’s prosperity.
Dubrovnik’s city walls, which were mainly during the 12th-17th centuries, are
fully intact. They encircle most of the Old City, and are almost 2km long.
The Pearl of the Adriatic, in the last years was one of the locations
where the Game of thrones were filmed.
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