We enjoyed visiting the Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik. The rooms, the art, artifacts and the building itself provided an interesting backdrop and historical orientation to the city. I enjoyed the earthquake simulation which showed the town as it was in 1667 on the day of the massive earthquake...as well as the rebuilding. We enjoyed seeing the bell tower strikers, the old "treasure" chests, and the large "hand" holding the stair rail. There was more to see than we thought and came away glad we had gone. Worth the cost of admission and worth the time spent.
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