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Dubrovnik is located in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia. As one of the main cities in the country, Dubrovnik lies on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. The city of Dubrovnik is one of the main touristic destinations in Croatia, due to the fact that it has many things to offer in terms of attractions and of events in and around it. The population in Dubrovnik reaches approximately 42,641 inhabitants.
Top Attractions within Dubrovnik
The Dubrovnik Summer Festival is a famous European event and it has a great importance for Croatians, as well as for the people living in the city. Due to the fact that the festival spans over 45 days of events, there are constant waves of tourists coming to the city. Cultural activities and events fill the schedule, focusing on plays, concerts and games.
The Sveti Vlaho (Saint Blaise) Feast is another great event for Dubrovnik, taking place each year on February 3. It is the day in which the patron saint of the city is commemorated and in which a series of religious activities take place. Mass and parades form the feast, which is usually centered on the above mentioned date, but also spans for several days before and after it.
The Stradun is the main street in Dubrovnik. The pedestrian route is 300 meters long and is found in the Old Town part of the city. Historic buildings, monuments and Onofrio's Fountain are just some of the heritage landmarks that can be seen along the main street. Numerous events take place on the Stradum, such as the charitable tennis match played in 2010 by Goran Ivanisevic and John McEnroe for example.
The Walls of Dubrovnik are the ones which surround the Old Town and which mark the site of the initial community settled here. The defensive stone walls have been conserved across the city area and are part of the legacy and of the heritage of the city, which have also lead to it being declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. The walls were built starting with the 7th century.