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Stradun (Placa) streetin Dubrovnik, Croatia

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The most famous and popular street in Dubrovnik connects two main entrances to the Old Town - Pile Gate and Ploče Gate.
Stradun (Placa) street, Dubrovnik
Stradun street (it is also called Placa) is the most famous street in Dubrovnik. It connects two main entrances to the Old Town, surrounded by a high defensive wall - Pile Gate (west entrance) and Ploče Gate (east entrance). The most popular city sights are located on this ancient street.

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#3Walk along Stradun in DubrovnikWalk along Stradunmila

Take a walk along the main and best known Dubrovnik street - Stradun. 300 meters of this historical route pass through the entire Old Town.

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#21Visit the Festivity of Saint Blaise in DubrovnikVisit the Festivity of Saint Blaiseoddviser

Every year on February 3 in the City of Dubrovnik you can take part in the ancient religious ceremony occasional to Saint Blaise's day.

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Stradun (Placa) street on the map

Location: the Old Town

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