About Dubrovnik Synagogue
Dubrovnik Synagogue was formally founded in 1408 (although some say it was first established in the fourteenth century).
It is the longest surviving Sephardic synagogue and now acts as both a place of worship and as a museum. It is also said to be the world’s second oldest synagogue.
Dubrovnik is a city in Croatia dating back as far as the seventh century and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Fort Lovrijenac is a stunning and imposing cliff-top fort in Dubrovnik. Steeped in legend and dubbed Dubrovnik's Gibraltar, Lovrijenac Fortress (aka the Red Keep in King’s Landing) was built on a 37m high cliff to protect the city from a Venetian attack in the 11th century.
Dubrovnik Cathedral is one of a long line of cathedrals dating back to the seventh century.
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