Many people refer to the Sponza Palace as the most beautiful building in the city. The palace houses the nation's National Archives today, but it has been used as a customs house, national treasury, and bank in the past.
The structure is unique in that is showcases a transitional architectural style between Gothic and Renaissance principles of design. Featured on many tours of the city, the Palace and the National Archives are well worth setting aside time to visit. The National Archives feature many historic displays of documents relative to the country's long history.
Pile Gate is the illustrious entrance to Dubrovnic's Old Town. Built in 1537, the gate used to... Read more