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The bell tower is one of the old city landmarks and can be seen from everywhere on the city walls and from most points in the old town itself. Located at the eastern end of the Stradun you will pass below the tower many times...More
Located at Luza square, at one end of Stradun, the bell tower simply cannot be avoided.
We found ourselves walking in and around this area multiple times while wondering round the streets of Dubrovnik and found the tower a really good way of getting your...More
We stayed in the old town and it was lovely listening to the clock chiming the hour, the quarter and half hour. Make sure you are in a position to see the little men hitting the bell for the hour, it is wonderful!
The Bell Tower literally towers over the Old City and can be seen from nearly everywhere so can be used as a way to orient yourself. It's location is on the Luza Square, the main square of the city, just at the exit to the...More
When’s you are out and about in the old city you will no doubt see the bell tour. However, it really isn’t just the same as all the other bell towers throughout the country, so admire it while you walk the city walls, but don’t...More
Dubrovnik's clock tower is easy to find at the east end of Stradun and adjacent to Sponza palace. It is 31m high, narrow and tall; the graceful cupola rests on an octagonal base and is a visible landmark from many places in the city (in...More
The bell tower is an important and impressive sight to observe in Dubrovnik. It serves as a reminder of yesteryear and today a meeting place for tour groups, friends, etc. Architecturally interesting, it was good to leisurely appreciate the style.