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I was disappointed with this exhibition as I had seen a better one in Dubrovnik previously. Also a huge one in St Petersburg FL. This is an exhibition not so much of the abstract surrealism used to being seen of Dali. 50 kunar charge. Lovely...More
We were lucky to see the adverts for the traveling Dali exhibition. The exhibition was well laid out. It had some popular pieces as well as some unknown pieces. It was lovely to be able to see it so readily.
It's been a long time since I've visited the Duke's Palace and I'm thrilled to see it anew! Dali exhibition is small-ish but awesome. Staff is friendly and casual. I loved how many families were there to teach their children about the arts.
Located in the heart of the city's core, the Rector palace is one of the most beautiful cultural objects in Croatia. In addition to the museum on the second floor are the history display in the salons. On the ground floor are exellent exhibitions. Right...More
The Rector's palace often hosts exhibitions of varying sorts.
It may be an art exhibition, a classical concert or book projection. The ambience is delightful.Having suffered much damage in the homeland war, the Rector's Palace has been lovingly restored
A wonderful place where history can be experienced with various exhibits of a time. The whole second floor through your room and hall introduces you to another time ...
On the ground floor of the palace there are various great exhibitions of even bigger names...More
historic building in the centre of Zadar that was deliberately targeted and bombed by the Serb Yugoslav army in the war of the 1990s. it was shell and pile of rubble until quite recently. now competently and completely renovated it is a superb exhibition space,...More
This palace was newly reopened after a long period of renovation (still closed when I was in Zadar in 2014). It is now a beautiful venue for exhibitions and art/cultural events. Using mainly the colours white and grey, and contemporary designs, the space is bright...More