Pleasant airy church with simple decor and inviting atmosphere. Great architectural detail externally houses a serene reverential space in the main body of the church. check opening times before visiting. They also conduct mass there.
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I love visiting churches. Every church has a little something of its own for you to enjoy and have a little quiet time to yourself. There was a wedding one evening when we were there, brides tend to walk through the old city for photo's...More
An interesting place to visit both day and night, the buskers entertain with good music on the steps. Perfect photo opportunity for those that appreciate the architecture and history.
Lovely church and worth a quick pop in while walking the streets of Dubrovnik.Church service was taking place on Sunday.
Another amazing church in this fabulous city. Enjoyed our visits for the peace and tranquility this place provides. Off the beaten track so not as busy as others.
We actually found this church often closed, but managed one day to pay it a visit... The present day church of St. Blasius was constructed by Venetian architect Marino Gropelli in in 1715, on the site of an older damaged church..The new Church of St...More
At the absolute heart of the Old Town in Dubrovnik, this church is dedicated to the city's patron saint. Dubrovnik has no shortage of churches, but the history and location of this make it a standout visit. It's a busy space, and a beautiful church....More
First, it's location is impossible to neglect, as it is almost the centerpiece of the town. Secondly, you shouldn't miss this church, as it is beautiful, and is dedicated to the patron saint of Dubrovnik. I believe Pope John Paull II also visited here. Take...More
Saint Blaise is the patron saint of Dubrovnik. The church was built in his honour by a Venetian architect and is located in the Old Town on Placa (Stradun). I was very impressed by the rich Baroque decoration inside. Today the Church of Saint Blaise...More