This museum is far more extensive than the display in the Sponza Palace. It gives much detail about the siege of Dubrovnik in 1991-2, of which we were unaware. The video of the bombing and shelling that came from land, sea, and air was all too real. It is very well documented in English. The level of destruction in Dubrovnik was immense, and seems impossible that it was so completely restored. Unlike the Sponza Palace exhibit, there is a charge for this museum.
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