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Beautiful ancient fountain in the old part of Dubrovnik was once a part of the unique system of water supply. Even now you can drink spring water here!
The fountain was built in the 1430s. It was connected by aqueduct system with springs located a few kilometers from Dubrovnik. The fountain is designed as a huge central dome with sixteen water taps around it. Each tap is decorated with a unique stone mask.
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Large Onofrio's Fountain on the mapLocation: the Old Town
More places to visit in Dubrovnik
A small and very well maintained botanical garden on the Island of Lokrum gathered many unusual plants from all over the world.2
Here, among the green alleys and murmuring fountains, the royal wedding of Joffrey and Margery took place in "The Game of Thrones."6
413 meters high mountain offers bird's-eye views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic coast. There are two viewpoints, Civil War Museum, a restaurant and an amphitheater here.48
This unusual multilevel rocky beach is located right at the foot of the City Wall of Dubrovnik on the southern coast of the city.32
Dubrovnik Cable Car
The only cable car on the Adriatic coast runs between the Old Town and the peak of the Mount Srdj which is at the height of 405 meters above sea.62
It is located on the upper embarkation point of the cable car station at the top of the Srđ Mountain. You can enjoy beautiful views and the Mediterranean cuisine here.14
Betina Cave Beach
This tiny secret beach is located directly in the rock and you can reach it only from the sea by boat or kayak. It's unusual, beautiful and tranquil.8
The staircase from the fifth season of Game of Thrones: here Queen Cersei held the walk of shame returning to the Red Keep and passing "redemption".7
The most popular beach in the city, and one of the most beautiful by the way, offers great views of the bay, the Old Town with its famous Walls and the island of Lokrum.3
The Minceta Tower played an important role in the history of the city, and in the Game of Thrones it was not assigned the last role of the House of the Immortals.8
Lapad beach has fine sand in its shallow waters, though the beach itself is pebbled. It's located not far from the city centre and there are plenty of cafes.4
The Botanical Garden
The Botanical Grden on the Lokrum island with fabulous peacocks living here turned into oasis in a desert for "Game of Thrones" filming.5