Dubrovnik

[ US /duˈbɹɑvnɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a port city in southwestern Croatia on the Adriatic; a popular tourist center
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How To Use Dubrovnik In A Sentence

  • Dubrovnik airport is two and a half hours away. Times, Sunday Times
  • Caption :8: Dubrovnik is eighth with average room rates of $193 per night - down 20% since last year.
  • I had heard on the news that Randolph Churchill had landed in Yugoslavia, and was operating from Dubrovnik, that urged me on. John Keay
  • Poignant as a visit to Dubrovnik may be, rich rewards await those who push into the interior -- beyond the comfort zone of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast.
  • Desecrated by bombings and ravaged by war, Dubrovnik has been lovingly restored and is once again one of the most charming and delightful cities in Europe
  • Lewis did indeed tend to lean toward concepts that were prevalent in classical music and had rarely been translated into jazz terms, like fugal form and baroque counterpoint, and he also made his music seem more formal by naming many of his compositions after European cities—"Milano," "Afternoon in Venice," "A Day in Dubrovnik. The Modern Sounds of Yore
  • In today's Dubrovnik, you can just make out the joins where new stone has been melded with old, like the scars of a past life.
  • From Dubrovnik you can catch a hydrofoil to the most delightful of all Dalmatian resorts, the medieval capital of the island of Hvar.
  • Dubrovnik contains wonderful monasteries with peaceful cloisters and fine artworks.
  • That step is to cease attacking Dubrovnik and to withdraw from it.
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