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Revelin Fortress, Dubrovnik
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  • The Revelin Fortress is located in the Old City Dubrovnik. It is known as the place in the movie Games of Thrones 'Walk of Shame' episode Mothers' Mercy, the controversial walk by Cersei parading thro...  more »
  • It is a fortress located in near the end of the North-East of the old town of Dubrovnik, the gate of Ploce. Unfortunately only can look to when I walked the city walls into the fortress. Swaying the national flag remained in the impression.
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  • You are faced with the Fort to the walk through one of the gates of the city ... impressive, preserved. The night light is more beautiful still.
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  • The monumental Revelin Fort was built outside the city walls and is partially included into the defence complex of the Ploče Gate (eastern entrance in the city). The lower part of the fort was built in 1463, while in 1538 the fort was strengthened and enlarged in the form of an irregular square according to the instructions of Italian engineer Antonio Ferramolino of Bergamo. Revelin has three entrances, and was encompassed by the moat and sea on three sides. The well-known Renaissance craftsman Ivan Rabljanin kept the foundries for casting cannons and bells in the large Fort interior. The fort protected both the eastern part of the City from mainland and the entrance to the City Harbour. Today, fort terraces serve as venues for various performances of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and the interior is a night club (ground floor houses the Arheological Museum).
  • Great club in an amazing place, go to the top for a great view
  • Very nice disco with very beautiful staff! Nice music also
  • Nice music and people. Most people are turists in good mood dancing and having fun.
  • Have to check what night to go if you have specific musical tastes, Thursday was an enjoyable night as there was a mix of music.