Touching experience. Well worth visiting as you get to the top of the hill by cable car. Buy a combo ticket. We have been shocked afterwards.
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This is well worth a visit and to be honest a must do if visiting Dubrovnik as it depicts their war of 1991 and the suffering their residents had to endure under siege in modern times.
We came across this very informative exhibition at the top of the cable car ride (Mount Srd). It is packed with information covering the Homeland War with many exhibits, recordings, weapons, stories, documents, maps, photos etc. on display. Take the stairs by the entrance for...More
A reminder of the horrors and suffering of civilians. Only a small exhibition, but sufficient to shock you into realising how the innocent are the real victims.
Impressive location which helps to tell the story of the homeland war. Very moving. Lots of information in english and croatian - some of which is in croatian only but is duplicated in english elsewhere. To the left of the corridor is english news footage...More
Take the cable car to the top of My Srd and visit the war museum. When you have seen the devastation the war caused go back down to the city and you will look at it with different eyes.Those people who rebuilt the city to...More
Located near the top of the cable car route, the Museum of Croatian War of Independence is generally a small but decent museum. The museum focuses mainly on Dubrovniks role in the war and not the war itself, also quite a few rooms have text...More
This well-done museum gave an excellent understanding of the war as it affected Dubrovnik. The exhibits and film helped me understand it in a way I never did at the time. Having been in the city for a few days and understanding the places in...More
Wow! This is a very detailed museum. There is so much information that I didn't know about. I really enjoyed looking around. However, be sure you give yourself LOTS of time for this museum. Also, since you most likely got to this place on the...More
I thought there were lots of information on offer here, all in Croatian and English as well as videos. You can climb onto the roof which gives better views of Dubrovnik that the cable car observation point for two reasons- 1. Few other tourists 2....More