Dubrovnik at dusk

Monday 20th October 2014, 5.30pm (day 1,152)

Dubrovnik, 20/10/14

For around five hundred years, from the early 1300s until 1806, at which point it had to surrender to Napoleon, Dubrovnik was one of the major powers of the Mediterranean. When you see the impressive fortifications, you can quite understand this. And damn, it’s a beautiful city too — but surely beauty and power go hand in hand in so many ways.

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2 thoughts on “Dubrovnik at dusk

  1. […] for a few days. I am here to attend the same conference that got me to Estonia last year and Croatia the year before that. There will be more interesting regions of it to depict between now and […]

  2. […] on Information Literacy (ECIL). In the past this has been responsible for the appearance of Dubrovnik, Tallinn and Prague on the blog; this year we are in St. Malo, France, a beautiful town, of which a […]

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