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Drink wanter from the Large Onofrio's Fountainin Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Even today, you can take advantage of the achievements of medieval engineers!
How to drink wanter from the Large Onofrio's Fountain in Dubrovnik
Walking around Dubrovnik you should visit the square near the Pile Gate to drink spring water from the famous Large Onofrio's Fountain - formerly a cutting-edge engineering construction used for supplying fresh water in Dubrovnik.

It is worth visiting not only a hot day for chilling out, but also in the evening to enjoy beautiful illumination. In addition, the legend has it that wishing and drinking water from all of the 16 fountain taps make the wish come true! Who knows...

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#11Large Onofrio's Fountain in DubrovnikLarge Onofrio's Fountain

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!

Location: the Old Town
Open hours: 24 hours

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