Dubrovnik’s Curiosities

Dubrovnik’s Curiosities

Saint Nicholas Day in Dubrovnik

Saint Nicholas Day in Dubrovnik

Saint Nicholas is one of the most popular saints on the Croatian coast. A saint popularly called St. Nicholas the Traveler, is the patron saint of travelers and seafarers …

Collegium Ragusinum

Collegium Ragusinum

In 1624 the Jesuit Order in Dubrovnik had established the Collegium Societa Iesu (the college of the Society of Jesus). Thirty years later, the Dubrovnik Senate proclaimed it a public institution of a higher education, where arts …

Caravan Route Dubrovnik – Istanbul

Caravan Route Dubrovnik – Istanbul

In the 15th century, the Dubrovnik Republic had significant trade links with the hinterland, the Bosnian and Serbian territories. Dubrovnik retailers sell salt, fish, spices, jewelry, textiles, …

Dubrovnik in the rain

Dubrovnik in the rain

It is very interesting to experience Dubrovnik in the rain, the limestone soaks water and becomes even more slippery. It appears more of sliding than walking over the streets whenever it rains …

Plavac mali wine

Plavac mali wine

There is no good food without a good drink. A good drink here means a good red wine. Plavac Mali is the most common red grape variety on the south of the Croatian coast. At the same time, it is probably the best-known …

Croatian Food

Croatian Food

Croatian food is simple, mostly boiled or simmered meals with just a few ingredients. We cook at home, and lunch is still the central meal. We live by the ancient saying: have breakfast like a king, have lunch like a rich gentleman, …

Modern Pilgrimage

Modern Pilgrimage

How much traveling will change in the future? In the past, travel, or rather pilgrimage, has survived through the centuries, despite wars or epidemics of plague and other infectious diseases. It will survive now also …

Saint Nicholas Day in Dubrovnik

Saint Nicholas Day in Dubrovnik

Saint Nicholas is one of the most popular saints on the Croatian coast. A saint popularly called St. Nicholas the Traveler, is the patron saint of travelers and seafarers …

Collegium Ragusinum

Collegium Ragusinum

In 1624 the Jesuit Order in Dubrovnik had established the Collegium Societa Iesu (the college of the Society of Jesus). Thirty years later, the Dubrovnik Senate proclaimed it a public institution of a higher education, where arts …

Caravan Route Dubrovnik – Istanbul

Caravan Route Dubrovnik – Istanbul

In the 15th century, the Dubrovnik Republic had significant trade links with the hinterland, the Bosnian and Serbian territories. Dubrovnik retailers sell salt, fish, spices, jewelry, textiles, …

Dubrovnik in the rain

Dubrovnik in the rain

It is very interesting to experience Dubrovnik in the rain, the limestone soaks water and becomes even more slippery. It appears more of sliding than walking over the streets whenever it rains …

Plavac mali wine

Plavac mali wine

There is no good food without a good drink. A good drink here means a good red wine. Plavac Mali is the most common red grape variety on the south of the Croatian coast. At the same time, it is probably the best-known …

Croatian Food

Croatian Food

Croatian food is simple, mostly boiled or simmered meals with just a few ingredients. We cook at home, and lunch is still the central meal. We live by the ancient saying: have breakfast like a king, have lunch like a rich gentleman, …

Modern Pilgrimage

Modern Pilgrimage

How much traveling will change in the future? In the past, travel, or rather pilgrimage, has survived through the centuries, despite wars or epidemics of plague and other infectious diseases. It will survive now also …

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