ZAGREB, Feb 3 (Croatia Sun News) – Dubrovnik on Monday celebrated its patron saint, St. Blaise, and the the central part of the week-long festivities within the Feast of St. Blaise, was the solemn Mass in the Dubrovnik cathedral followed by a traditional procession with the saint’s relics carried through the old town.
ZAGREB, Jan 20 (Croatia Sun News) – European Commission Executive Vice President Dubravka Suica suggested on Monday that the Conference on the Future of Europe, to be held from 2020 to 2022, be officially opened in the Croatian Adriatic city of Dubrovnik on 9 May.
ZAGREB, Oct 27 (Croatia Sun News) – Croatia’s Ministry of Culture recalled that 40 years ago, UNESCO added the first three Croatian sites to its list of World Heritage sites: Deocletian’s Palace in Split, Dubrovnik’s Old Town and the Plitvice Lakes, the oldest and the most visited national park in the country.
ZAGREB, Oct 2 (Croatia Sun News) – A multimedia exhibition entitled “Dubrovnik, A Scarred City” opened in this medieval walled city on Tuesday evening as part of a programme marking 28 years since the start of a shelling campaign on the city by the Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA).
ZAGREB, Sept 30 (Croatia Sun News) – Dubrovnik is introducing a charge on foreign cruise ships as of 2021, which will range between HRK 2,000 and 40,000 per vessel, depending on the passenger capacity.