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Cool interior plaza with intricate sculpted collumn capitals and frescos of St Francis' life. The original old Pharmacy is intact (with a new working one nearby) and an attached small museum with a hodge podge of displays.
The monastery is an interesting place to visit for a combination of architecture, art, pharmacy museum and a serene court yard with some areas to sit and appreciate the surroundings. The lovely church is situated in the next building which you can enter separately from...More
Regardless of one's religious ties, this monastery is an interesting piece of Croation history. From the historic pharmacy to the beautiful gardens this small "museum" is worth a few mi Utes of your time. We had the benefit if a local guide who brought the...More
Our guide told us that this is an interesting place and worth a visit.
It has one of the oldest pharmacy in the world. My wife and children were more keen to go to the open air market , the Gunduliceva Poljana .
On a wet afternoon, having saved the museums for such an occasion, this one was last on the walk back to Pile Gate and our way back to our accommodation. It is worth a quick look in to see the old pharmacy jars and bottles...More
Pharmacy not what I was expecting. There was a display of some historical items set up in a part of the museum. There is also a working chemist for locals, where you are not allowed to take photos. This is reputed to be the 3rd...More
As with so many of Dubrovnik’s old buildings this is worth going in to look. Not too much here to be honest but a few old pharmaceutical things are of interest.
As with most of these places, the best thing to do is take in...More
This is a fascinating and historic building well worth a visit. It claims to have one of the oldest apothecary shops in the world. Well, there is an exhibition of old pharmacy stuff and that is of moderate quality in its display. But the building...More