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The rectors palace was one of the entry passes granted with the Dubrovnik Day Pass so we tried it to see, The building was lovely, some rooms interesting and the are quite reasonable with many works from the 1500's and 1600's. The range of art...More
My daughter and I only went because it was open until 4pm and most things had shut at 3pm. I quite liked the stuff on the ground floor (religious art, a room of iron chests, etc) but I'm not a fan of period rooms so...More
We visited here as part of our Dubrovnik Card (1 day pass) purchase. An interesting building built in the 14th century. Inside is a number of statues and information that informs a person of what the rooms were used for or history of some of...More
This is a wonderful ancient building with an interesting collection. From paintings, sculpture, furniture to maritime antiques there is something for everyone
It is so central that it really should not be missed.
Having a couple of hours to spare in Dubrovnik, we decided to pay a visit to this place. We didn't quite know what to expect.
The place is host to some old furniture (benches, locking chests, etc.), some furnished rooms upstairs and some sculptures.
Included entrance in the 120kn museum ticket pass with other very interesting museum like the Modern and the Ethnological. Rector’s Palace is a beautiful building with interesting parcours, gorgeous furnitures, a GOT filming location and a little café.
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