"Rector?s Palace" Rector's Palace Tip by tpk2

Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik: 27 reviews and 68 photos

 
 

The city-state of Ragusa was ruled by a Knez, Rector. Rector was appointed for one month and was not allowed to leave the palace except for state affairs.

The building houses the town museum with art and historical exhibits. The ticket is 25 kunas (2007) or 50 kunas for a combined ticket to the Rector?s palace, ethnographic and maritime museums and Marin Drzic?s house.

Address: Luza Square, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Directions: At the eastern end of the main street Stradun, between the catherdal and clock tower.
Phone: +385 20 321 437
Website: http://www.dumus.hr

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 27, 2007
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