Rectors Palace Overview
Constructed back in the 15th century, Rector's Palace was built originally for the rector, who was elected to govern the city of Dubrovnik. Flaunting a Gothic-Renaissance style architectural design, this magnificent palace features the private chambers and the office of the rector. The palace is also home to a dungeon, administrative offices, and public halls, all preserved beautifully.

At present, the entire palace has been transformed into a museum, featuring artful rooms, coins, arms, and portraits, all of which offer an insight of the rich history of the city. Despite being renovated multiple times, the palace still retains its charm and compositional unity. The exterior columns of the palace flaunt intricately carved capitals, which the atrium features an ornate staircase.

Location: Ul. Pred Dvorom 3, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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