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Lapad history and heritage

How we became what we are today,Dubrovnik from golden age of republic and dukes, to most famous noble families enčetić, Gundulić and Sorkočević whose properties and summer houses you have chance to visit, to period of successfull trading all the way to the disaster which was earthquake in 1667 that destroyed the city almost to the ground. The Republic of Dubrpvnik lasted from 1358 – 1808. Shortly afterward it was under french authority and later on as a part of Habsburg Monarchy, Kingdom of Yugoslavia, comunist Jugoslavia and finaly country of Croatia. During war at the begginning of the '90-ties Old Town suffered tragic damages but the spirit was not broken. According to Tripadvisor, Dubrovnik stoned walls on 8th place among 10 most important places in the world to visit while USA Today announced Dubrovnik as 4th most beautiful city in Europe