St. Saviour's Church, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Tiny St. Saviour's Church is squashed in between the mighty walls of Dubrovnik and the Franciscan Monastery. It dates to 1520-1528 and was one of the few buildings in the City not to be destroyed by the 1667 earthquake, making it one of the oldest structures remaining.

Most people rush past it down Stradun to get to the heart of the City, but it is worth a quick look as a charming, simple church and one of the few reminders of what Dubrovnik was like before 1667.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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