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Sponza Palace

4.3/5
8 Reviews
Palace
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Closed Open from 10:00am-10:00pm

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Sponza Palace, as the only remaining ground building after the great earthquake in the 17th century, is integrated with the big clock tower, as if time has been frozen in the Middle Ages. This former customs building, the noise and noise that once passed away like the wind, is now part of the Dubu Historical Archive. Apart from the building itself, there is no other place for viewing. 【view】

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  • Michael B
    Michael B
    Bellflower
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    A lovely rectangular building built in a mixed Gothic and Renaissance style.

    Over the years this building since its conception in 1522 by Paskoje Miličević Mihov, has been a mint, armory, treasury, bank, school, customs office bonded warehouse and trading center. Over the arch...

    Reviewed on /Date(1601558962000+0800)/
  • SteveRainville99
    SteveRainville99
    Orlando, Florida
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    Beautiful Architecture!

    We really enjoyed just sitting in a restaurant in the town square, and enjoy the views and architectural design!

    Reviewed on /Date(1599997385000+0800)/
  • Buksl
    Buksl
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    Not worth it

    The palace looks nice from the outside, but there is nothing to see inside. All there is you can see in the attached picture. Definitely not worth 25kn for a 2 minute visit to the patio.

    Reviewed on /Date(1594250056000+0800)/
  • KarinAndFilip
    KarinAndFilip
    Eeklo, Belgium
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    Sponza Palace

    Designed by protomagister (chief architect) Paskoje Miličević. Construction started in 1516 and was completed in 1522. The former use of the location it was built on was to collect rainwater (Spon...

    Reviewed on /Date(1587767969000+0800)/
  • LPLoveToTravel
    LPLoveToTravel
    Wake Forest, North Carolina
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    Grand Gothic-Renaissance style palace

    The Sponza Palace, also called Divona, is a 16th-century palace in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Its name is derived from the Latin word "spongia", the spot where rainwater was collected. It is now used to hold...

    Reviewed on /Date(1573371094000+0800)/

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