The Assumption Cathedral (Croatian: Katedrala Velike Gospe, Katedrala Marijina Uznesenja) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Dubrovnik, Croatia. It is the seat of the Diocese of Dubrovnik.
The cathedral was built on the site of several former cathedrals, including 7th, 10th and 11th century buildings, and their 12th century successor in the Romanesque style. The money to build the basilica was partially contributed by the English king Richard the Lion Heart, as a votive for having survived a shipwreck near the island of Lokrum in 1192 on his return from the Third Crusade.
Ali Khaddour | May 3, 2018
The Old Town is full of fantastic architecture and is probably the most preserved medieval town we’ve seen during our travels. Though crowded, it’s truly breathtaking and a must visit. From the churches to narrow alleyways and everything in between, you won’t even have time to put away your camera. The views of the city never disappoint, so depending on your style, you can either walk the city wall or take a cable car to the top of Mount Srdj, or do both!
Doug Neilson | Aug 1, 2018
Fairly small for a European cathedral. Usual collection of paintings, statues and candles . Must see for 15 minutes visit.
LSD 4EVER | Jul 4, 2018
Very beautiful from outside. You expect it to be simular to the ojtside part the inside part but it's very different and beautiful to
Seweryna Alfons | Jul 26, 2018
Amazing architecture, very preserved. Really beautiful place to visit
Juraj Brezáni | Jul 1, 2018
People's behaviour is not like it might be there. I would recommend you to be more silently there.
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