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Partly because my husband's middle grandson is named Blaise, I stopped at St. Blaise’s Church. A Mass had just begun, so I decided to stay for it. The marble in the side chapels was of varied colors and amounts of veining. On either side of...More
St Blaise is a baroque church and is one of the city's major sights. St Blaise is Dubrovnik's most beloved saint and is their patron saint and is said to have saved the people in the 10th century when the Venetians anchored their ships in...More
In the best position possible of Dubrovnik Old Town, sits the Church of Saint Blaise, a very popular place to sit and watch people, tourists and street vendors interact in their daily routines.
There aren't many places to sit, without needing to buy a drink...More
This wonderful church looks incredibly impressive in its exterior however I was disappointed to realise that it was closed to visitors, with no explanation. I have seen the many photos of its interior beauty and it was a genuine shame that I could go inside....More
We called in here one day as we had seen the crowds moving in and out of it. We then saw that there were two priests at the altar blessing the throats of the people who were queued up the length of the church in...More
We entered this church primarily to avoid a heavy downpour, but were amazed at the beautiful high level modern stained glass windows, which were warm. bright and full of life. Well worth deviating off the main street just for that alone
Beautiful but small church. My Daughter had the privilege of being allowed to get married there thanks to the local wedding planner and it was a most unforgettable experience. You can enter through the harbor gate entrance and thus avoid having to walk the length...More