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Explore: The Rector´s Palace

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30,00*
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* Private excursion:
supplement per excursion 100 Eur

Explore: The Rector´s Palace

Starts from: Dubrovnik
Excursion duration: 09:00 - 17:00
Also available transfers from: Dubrovnik, Mostar, Neum, Korčula, Montenegro
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Departure date: Every day
Active from: 01.01-01.01
Sightseeing

Explore: The Rector´s Palace

Starts from: Dubrovnik
Excursion duration: 09:00 - 17:00
30,00 EUR/Person
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GUIDED TOUR: Rector´s Palace
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Meeting point: Knežev Dvor
Guide duration: 2:00h
Language of guide: On request
Entrance: Rector´s Palace

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Local Cuisine: Seafood, 25 €
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The Rector´s Palace: Discover the heritage with a guide
Meeting point: Rector´s Palace
Guide Duration: 2:00h

In our guided tour, we will visit the historical and cultural sights. One of the most significant monuments of profane architecture on the Croatian coast, the Rectors Palace, was the administrative centre of the Dubrovnik Republic. Its style is basically Gothic, with the Renaissance and Baroque reconstructions. The capitals were carved in Renaissance style by Pietro di Martino of Milan, whose capital with Aesculapius has been preserved on the right half-column of the portico. . Although the design of Michelozzo was unfortunately rejected, his influence in the restoration of the facade and portico, mainly in Renaissance style, can not be denied. After the earthquake of 1667 the atrium was partially reconstructed with an impressive Baroque staircase.

Today the Rectors Palace houses the Cultural-historic Department of the Dubrovnik Museum with exhibition halls arranged to display the original setting with antique furniture and objects for daily use, as well as paintings by local and Italian masters. The Museum also guards a collection of old coins used in the Dubrovnik Republic, a collection of arms and utensils of Domus Christi Pharmacy from the 15th century.

Apart from being exceptionally beautiful, the Rectors Palace Atrium has excellent acoustics, and is often used as a concert venue.

On request: Local cuisine
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