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Whilst visiting Dubrovnik we stopped by the Rector’s Palace. Architecturally a beautiful building that combines the Gothic style with elements of Renaissance and Baroque. It suffered damage over the centuries from fires and earthquakes thus the addition of different styles of architecture.
The Palace is...More
The Rector’s Palace is a historic monument in in Dubrovnik. The impassive building displays the “artistic and historical heritage of the Republic of Ragusa”. It’s one of the most beautiful buildings I’ve seen!
Originally constructed during the 12th century, the Palace was rebuilt twice, It...More
A very interesting museum, we spent about an hour in this palace and found it quite informative and well set out. There are pamphlets in English and other languages available at the door. Staff were helpful when asked and though the ticket price was a...More
The Rector’s Palace is a Gothic-style structure built sometime during the 14th century. Over the years, renovation and restoration work performed on the building resulted in the incorporation of Renaissance and Baroque architectural styles.
From the 14th to the 18th-centuries, the palace served as the...More
It really helps to read up on places beforehand, because while it's called the Rector's Palace; it was also a prison, an armory, where town council met, housed the apartment of the reigning director (rector) of the municipality and included administrative offices. Originally part of...More
This beautiful building is located on the Strandun the main street in the old town. Entry is 80 krona. It is worth seeing for the beauty of the building and the exhibitions in the Museum.
Th original building dated back to the middle ages but...More
Entry was 80 Kuna, only cash Rectors palace is on an old building that housed a rector who could not leave without permission. Today there are examples of furniture, vases, clocks, other furnishings, and paintings from centuries past, most with religious theme. Near to the...More