Dubrovnik has had three cathedrals on the same site during its
long history. The first was a Byzantine building dating from the
7th century; the second a Romanesque Cathedral which was destroyed
by the great earthquake of the 17th century; and at present the
beautiful Baroque structure which was designed by Italian architect
Buffalini from Urbino and completed in 1713. The treasury of the
cathedral is rich in religious relics, icons, paintings and other
items of value. It is also possible to view the archaeological
excavations that continue on the cathedral site.
Address: Kneza Damjana Jude 1 Telephone: (0)20 411 715 Opening Time: Weekdays 9am to 8pm. Closed for lunch Admission: 10kn
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