Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Margaret  Hyde

Ulverstone, Australia

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The Rector’s was the original centre of government of the old Dubrovnik Republic. It was the home of the rector, elected for a month by the Great Council, who was only allowed to leave the palace on government business during that period.

Built in the mid 15th century in Gothic style by Onofrio de Gardano de la Cava, it was damaged in 1465 by a gunpowder explosion and was partly reconstructed in the Renaissance style. The Atrium was damaged by the Great earthquake in 1667 and reconstructed in Baroque style.

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