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Large Onofrio's Fountain in Dubrovnik

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!

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Large Onofrio's Fountain

#11 of 24 things to do in Dubrovnik
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.

Region: Dubrovnik, Croatia

Location: the Old Town

Open hours: 24 hours

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Drink wanter from the Large Onofrio's Fountain in Dubrovnik
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Even today, you can take advantage of the achievements of medieval engineers!

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