The National Maritime Museum
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The National Maritime Museum
The Maritime Museum is located on the First and Second Floors of Fort St. John’s. The exhibits on the First Floor give an overview of the development of Dubrovnik maritime trade and shipbuilding from its very start to the fall of the Dubrovnik Republic. The exhibits on the Second Floor show the resurgence of maritime trade in Dubrovnik and on the Pelješac Peninsula during the 19th century, as well as the strength of Dubrovnik steamships up until World War II and afterwards.
- Address: Walls of Dubrovnik, Ulica kneza Damjana Jude 12, Dubrovnik
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- Phone: +385 20 323 904
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