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For most people, the best months to come here are May to June or September to October - think sunny days with the sea warm enough to swim, and hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions open, but without the crowds.
During peak season, July to August, Dubrovnik is over-run by tourists - hotel prices rocket and restaurants and beaches are packed, but on the plus side you get the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and a glitzy nightlife.
Low season, November to April, can be lovely, though most facilities are closed and the weather is less reliable. Some hotels and restaurants now open for Christmas and New Year, but almost everything is shut through the rest of January. And while a few places reopen for Carnival in February, the new season only really begins at Easter

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The 16th-century Sponza Palace houses the State Archives , which contain a priceless collection of manuscripts dating back nearly a thousand years. This superb structure is a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles beginning with an exquisite Renaissance portico resting on six columns. The 1st floor has late-Gothic windows and the 2nd-floor windows are in a Renaissance style, with an alcove containing a statue of St Vlaho. Also inside is the Memorial Room of the Defenders of Dubrovnik , a heartbreaking collection of portraits of young people who perished between 1991 and 1995.

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This superb 16th-century palace is a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles beginning with an exquisite Renaissance portico resting on six columns. The 1st floor has late-Gothic windows and the 2nd-floor windows are in a Renaissance style, with an alcove containing a statue of St Blaise. Sponza Palace was originally a customs house, then a mint, a state treasury and a bank.
It now houses the State Archives , which contain a priceless collection of manuscripts dating back nearly a thousand years. Although there are some English translations, the displays aren’t particularly interesting.
Just inside the entrance is the Memorial Room of the Defenders of Dubrovnik , a heartbreaking collection of black-and-white photographs of the mainly young men who perished between 1991 and 1995.

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