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Pearl of the Adriatic

City walls
The walls are the main reason why Dubrovnik is well known as the Pearl of the Adriatic.

Dubrovnik has retained his walls so perfectly and that is the reason why Dubrovnik is included in the World Heritage List from UNESCO since 1979.

The walls run uninterrupted for 1940 meters (6365 feet) in length, encircling most of the City, and reach a maximum height of about 25 meters (83 feet). Like Rome is well known by Rome Colosseum, Walls of Dubrovnik are pretty much the same for Dubrovnik. They were built through the history in times when there was a danger of foreign attacks over the City and the Dubrovnik Republic.

The Old Port
The City of Dubrovnik is completely surrounded with defensive walls and forts, including the Old Port.
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Tranquil city
Dubrovnik has recovered from the war damage it suffered during the 1990s, and visitors have returned to this tranquil city.

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