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For 61 years, the Croatian city destination of Dubrovnik has been putting on a magnificent annual summer festival. Unlike many such events across Europe, the Dubrovnik Summer Festival lasts about six weeks each year. It provides visitors to Croatia with exceptional musical performances, dramatic theatrical shows, and astounding displays of opera. A perennial favourite is Nikolai Gogol's comedy play 'The Government Inspector', considered to be one of the funniest plays ever written.
Croatia has a warm climate and the city of Dubrovnik offers visitors a vast amount of things to do in between events on the festival calendar. Located on the Adriatic sea coast of this former Yugoslav destination, the city features breath taking beaches that are considered by many to be as attractive as those along the destination of the French Riviera. The centre of the city is walled according to the medieval pattern of city-building. History buffs will find Dubrovnik to be a virtual treasure trove of architecture that is typical of Europe in the Middle Ages.
Also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik welcomes visitors from all over the world, who arrive on flights eager to see such sights as Onofrio's Fountain, the Minceta Tower and the Franjo Tudman Bridge. In fact, Dubrovnik's Old City has been designated a World Heritage Site by the United Nations. When combined with the summer festival, this means that lovers of both the arts and history will find much to do in Dubrovnik.
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