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St Saviour's is a small church located in the Old Town just after you enter through the Pile Gate. Built between 1520 and 1528, this church was one of the few buildings to survive the earthquake of 1667. It has a mix of Gothic and...More
An exceedingly elaborate interior is highlighted by the main altar.
This small votive church was built (1520-1528) as a sign of gratitude for not receiving more destruction in the earthquake of 1520. The great earthquake of 1667 wiped out half of the population and destroyed...More
We visited St. Saviour Church in Dubrovnik one evening to listen to a chamber music performance that was scheduled for our small group. The setting and acoustics were perfect for listening to the quartet play a number of selections for us.
The history of the...More
If you enter Dubrovnik’s Old Town through the Pile (pronounce “pee-leh”) Gate, which most visitors do, the Church of the Holy Savior (St. Savior Church) is on the left, at the head of Stradun, Dubrovnik’s main street. The town fathers ordered its construction in 1520...More
After so much of GoT return to the real history. Start, as soon as you enter the city with this tiny church, build in a sicilian baroque style. Its on the left side of the city gate. Once this baroque style was cultivated in Ragusa,...More
15th century St Saviour Church is the first building on your left when you enter the old town at Pile Gate. It is easy to pass by as it is so small. The church is beautiful inside and a perfect cozy venue for a candlelight...More