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We were very blessed to be able to attend mass while we were here. It was very special dial. This church has a beautiful alter and several pieces of great art work. The stations of the cross were very modern and touching.
The Assumption of the Virgin Mary Cathedral is Roman Catholic. You won't be able to miss this massive cathedral when walking in the city. Entrance is free and the cathedral has a lovely interior with numerous paintings and statues. The cathedral also has relics such...More
The interior lacks the glitz and gold of many European cathedrals giving it a bright and calm impression. There a number of interesting side altars. Without visiting the Treasury,
Titian's polyptych of the Assumption of the Virgin dating to 1552, is undoubtably the highlight of...More
It is noticeable that six different architects -most of them Italians- worked on realizing this cathedral. Especially Napoli 1689 - 1700 made signifcant changes to the original design by inserting big windows at the upper levels permitting more light inside the main structure. The effect...More
Built in the 17th century replacing the older cathedral that was destroyed in the earthquake of 1667.All European churches have beautiful interiors with religious paintings and one painting of the Assumption of Virgin Mary is attributed to the artist Titian.In the 20th century this Cathedral...More
This cathedral isn’t as impressive as some of those found in a lot of European cities. It’s worth a visit while you’re wondering around the streets of Dubrovnik.
Due to the size there’s not an awful lot to see here so we found ourselves only...More
This massive structure was rebuilt countless times and is not unique in terms of its current architectural form. Stop here to cool off from the heat and admire Titian's painting hanging over the altar. I found seashell mosaics of the stations of the cross, done...More