WPC: The Streets of Old City Dubrovnik, Croatia

Over at the Daily Post, the Weekly Photo Challenge for this week is ‘Street Life’.  Cheri puts the challenge to us in this way:

‘For this challenge, document the movement (or stillness) of a street: tell a story with your snapshot, capture a scene that reveals a bit about a place, or simply show us where you live — or a path you often take.’

With this in mind, here is my story entitled,  ‘The Streets of Old City Dubrovnik’.

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The beautiful country of Croatia (once part of Yugoslavia together with Bosnia and Slovenia until declaring independence in the 1990s) is home to the Old City of Dubrovnik.  Otherwise famously known as ‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’, this medieval walled city is nestled on the Dalmatian coast; from the 13th century onwards it became an important Mediterranean sea power.

Dubrovnik is home to beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries and palaces, all of which were severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667 and then again in more modern times by the Serbian attack against the city in 1991.

After a ceasefire was called, and due to its great concern for the damage done, UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) named Dubrovnik a ‘World Heritage Site in Danger’ and immediately coordinated a major restoration programme.  Click here to read more about this programme and for a more comprehensive history of the Old City.

We were privileged to have been able to visit Dubrovnik in 2012.

Approaching by a narrow, twisting road which drops down to the Old City and its hidden streets, I was able to take this shot.  This was the moment when I first caught sight of it, having been blocked by the tree-lined road until then. Stunned into silence, I immediately understood why Dubrovnik is known as ‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’.

My photo doesn’t do it justice, it is simply breathtaking.

The Pearl of the Adriatic - Old City Dubrovnik taken as we approach from the road above.  Look at that sea! (c) Sherri Matthews 2014

The Pearl of the Adriatic – Old City Dubrovnik taken from the road above. Look at that sea!
(c) Sherri Matthews 2014

Once inside the city, climbing the city walls gives a magnificent view of the rooftops.  The  buildings seem to be hiding the streets as if protecting them, closing in on themselves.  What secrets lie there I wonder, what stories are to be told?

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View of the Old City of Dubrovnik taken from the city walls. Notice the Clock Tower (c) Sherri Matthews 2014

Climbing back down from the city walls, you can get a closer view of the streets below, beckoning to be explored.

View of the streets below from the Old City Walls, Dubrovnik (c) Sherri Matthews 2014

View of the streets below from the Old City Walls, Dubrovnik
(c) Sherri Matthews 2014

Back down in the streets of the Old City, there are numerous alleyways at every twist and turn lined with cafes, restaurants and shops.

There are steps to be climbed leading to medieval churches and monasteries.  On the day we were there a jazz band, having travelled all the way from Washington DC, were preparing to play later that evening as part of a jazz festival.

Jazz Bank from Washington D C preparing to play - Dubrovnik (c) Sherri Matthews 2014

Jazz band from Washington D C preparing to play – Dubrovnik
(c) Sherri Matthews 2014

Coming back down some steps after exploring a church, we were greeted by this welcoming cafe at the bottom.  It was lunchtime, so perfect timing!

Continuing to walk through the streets you will soon enough be led to the medieval harbour and out to the crystalline Adriatic sea.

Then, by evening, the streets are bathed in a soft, warming light.

In the streets of Old City Dubrovnik you will see many stray cats.  They are in surprisingly good condition as the business owners take good care of them.  If you don’t mind cats, one of them might even come up on your lap for a cuddle.  I didn’t mind at all and I don’t know who was more happy, me or the cat!

Cat on my lap in Old City Dubrovnik, Croatia (c) Sherri Matthews 2014

Cat on my lap in Old City Dubrovnik, Croatia
(c) Sherri Matthews 2014

There are many more photos to share from our trip to Croatia but that will have to wait for another time, should you care to see them.  I think I will have to include a post of its own dedicated to all the cat friends we made over there! For now, I hope that you enjoyed this walk with me through the streets of the Old City of Dubrovnik.

 

 

 

 

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Sherri discovered her true calling after losing her job while caring for her daughter with Asperger's Syndrome. Today, three years later, she is writing her first book (a memoir) and regularly publishes non-fiction stories, articles, poetry, and flash fiction on her blog. She also freelances for a variety of websites. Along the way, she been published in magazines, a poetry anthology and a 'slice of life' anthology. By sharing her journey through her writing and photography on her blog, Sherri hopes to bring a few smiles along the way, inspiring others that it is never too late to chase your writing dream.
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95 Responses to WPC: The Streets of Old City Dubrovnik, Croatia

  1. Heyjude says:

    What a fab tour of a beautiful city Sherri. Number 3 is my favourite shot – almost looks like Lisbon in that one. I was in Dubrovnik in 1971 on a European backpacking holiday with my best friend. Needless to say we didn’t get many photographs, but I recognise that first image as one from where we stood hitching a ride down the coast! We couldn’t find a camp-site so had slept on a park bench just outside the city walls and we were awoken by two armed policemen asking us to move on. Well, it was dawn, so we were happy to oblige :) Good memories. I ought to revisit this coastline and see how much it has changed. And now I can probably afford a better bed!
    Jude xx

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you Jude, glad you enjoyed it!
      Wow, that must have been a fun trip! Croatia is still very ‘old European’ even now, with a lovely ‘old world’ feel to it. Yes, that first image would be very familiar to you you don’t forget that in a hurry! What fun to be backpacking. I always wanted to do something like that but never did. You were brave sleeping on a bench like that!
      It is a wonderful place to visit. Eldest son had visited and told us all about it. It’s not the cheapest but we got a good deal at a half-board place in a delightful town only 10 mins away from the Old City. Going to have to get back to you on the name, it’s eluding me right now, but it was lovely to walk around.
      I would be so curious to know what you think of it now if you were ever to go back there. And yes, no sleeping outside the city gates on a bench this time :-)

  2. Steven says:

    Amazing photos! And certainly fitting with the theme – a very different street life to what we’re used to over here, clearly. Never been to Croatia, but with the talk of all the cats now I am desperate to pay it a visit! Haha, that cat is adorable, and looks so chuffed! Do you think I’d be able to smuggle some home with me?

    That water, that deep blue – wow… and the night shots are simply beautiful! Love the alley with the lanterns.

    Pulled another corker out of the bag here Sherri P… great Scotland Yard!

    • Sherri says:

      Oh JG, you would love the cats. I will definitely do a post about them. They were in better condition that the ones in Crete. Oh that cat was so cute! I felt that way too and kept trying to think of ways to smuggle it back home but then thought that the staff at the airport might become slightly suspicious… ;-)

      Ahh, so glad you enjoyed the pics, thanks so much. I wanted to try and create the feel of the place. It’ s very different and very ‘old European’. There are no fast food places, can you believe it? One of the few in the world I’m guessing! The sea is gorgeous isn’t it? I was so chuffed to have been able to see a different sea. Does that make sense??

      Ha Ha! Wow, another corker eh? Well, I’m humbled, goodness gracious, it’ll be escapades and shenanigans next… :-)

  3. You are a fabulous tour guide, Sherri! Oh my, your photos are beautiful…the very first one is stunning! The water…aye! Being from the Washington, D.C. area, I loved seeing the photo of the jazz band. What a lovely city. Thank you for sharing your trip with us. xo

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you so much Jill, I’m really glad you enjoyed your trip to the Old City! Just as well that you packed ;-) It was amazing to see that view the first time, and the colour of the sea looking just as it does in the brochures! Ah yes, of course, that was a sign seeing those jazz musicians from Washington D C – they knew I was going to meet you here :-) xo

  4. What a wonderful city tour! I love the way you started out with the rooftop pictures and then slowly brought us down into the city to show the inner workings and day to day life. The photograph of the old clock tour is stunning! I can easily see why this is city is called a pearl, I would love to visit one day :)

    • Sherri says:

      So glad you enjoyed the tour Heather, thank you very much ! It is a glorious ‘old city’ to visit, if you ever do get the chance I would definitely recommend it :-)

  5. Amy says:

    Really enjoy the tour of Croatia through your beautiful photos! The clock tower is a fantastic capture!

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you so much Amy, so glad you enjoyed it! I was glad to be able to capture the clock tower in the evening like that. I loved the way the light took on such a warm glow. I took loads and thought this was the best shot, I hope :-)

  6. lilkaraphael says:

    I loved those photos and the glimpse into your travels. Thanks so much for sharing the beauty many of us across the pond don’t have the opportunity to see! Simply Beautiful!

  7. restlessjo says:

    Photo no. 3 really hits the spot, Sherri :) So many things I seem to have in common with Jude. I was there round about the same time, before the war was even thought of. It’s a special city and you’ve captured it beautifully. I think it’s probably too busy these days and I’m happy to hang on to my memories of the heat on those walls, prompted by posts like this. :)

    • Sherri says:

      Wow, what a small world! That must have been amazing to have visited back then, as you say, before the war. It wasn’t too bad when we went, in early May just before the tourist season really kicked off and we stayed in a delightful small town only 10 minutes away so it was lovely to be able to chill out there, away from the beaten track.
      I’m really glad you enjoyed the post Jo, thank you very much, and I’m so glad that I was able to bring back some happy memories for you :-)

  8. I would love to visit Craoata, Sherri. Your pics are stunning, especially the first one looking down at the street below. What fun you must have had, exploring those narrow alleyways. The cat on your lap looks like she’s in heaven. :)

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you so much Sylvia, I’m so glad that you enjoyed the pics. You would really love it there, I hope you get the chance to go one of these days.
      We did have a lot of fun that day and into the evening too! And yes, that lovely cat was adorable, she was purring away and fell asleep on my lap the whole time we sat there. It actually rained a little but we were underneath an umbrella. Then the sun came back out (as you can see from the photos) and off she went :-)

  9. Sherri, your photography talents are astounding! Thank you for taking me along on this photo journey. What a pearl this really is, and the tables in the center of one set of pictures made me want to stop and have a meal and “people watch” as they arrived for dinner.
    Since it isn’t a ‘selfie’–who took the picture of you with your contented kitty friend?
    Very well done.

    • Sherri says:

      It amazes me and thank you so much because I only have my faithful little Sony Cyber-Shot digital camera, so I thank you very much Marylin, I’m so glad that you enjoyed it, although I actually have camera envy because I always feel I could do better ;-)

      So, with all that said, it means so much to know that you and everyone here enjoys my photos so much! I’m really quite astounded by it! What gives me so much pleasure is being able to share these travels with everyone, I never thought about it before, it’s wonderful :-)

      You know Marylin, we would have so much fun sitting at that very table just people watching. That is just what I did, with little kitty on my lap. It was raining a little, then the sun came out and it was so wonderful just to sit there, enjoying a glass of wine and the most wonderful homemade pizza. It was idyllic. Those very cafes you have spoken of. Croatia is very ‘old European’. I half expected to see Ernest Hemingway sitting at one of those tables, smoking and drinking and typing away on his portable typewriter…

      Hubby took the photo. I wanted a close up of the kitty rather than of me! She was so cute, I wanted to take her home with us! :-)

  10. ubecute says:

    Thank you for this great post, pictures and tour of Croatia.

  11. Pat says:

    So much fun taking a photo tour with you, Sherri. I loved it and Croatia looks to be so beautiful and quaint. The buildings and architecture are wonderful — they look as if they’re close to dropping off in the sea. I can almost hear the clatter of dishes and voices of tourists, as they roam through the streets looking for a café, and the smell of food drifting through the air. Mmmm, nice. I like this.

    Thank you for sharing, Sherri. It’s one of your best. :-)

    • Sherri says:

      So glad you enjoyed taking this tour with me Pat, thank you so much. Croatia is very quaint, reminded us of how Europe used to be in the 50s. It is a really unique place and we are so glad to have been able to visit. How you describe the ‘clatter of dishes and voices of tourists’ and the ‘smell of food drifting through the air’ is just what it is like. You’ve nailed it one! Where we actually stayed was 10 minutes by bus away so it was nice to get back there as parts of the Old City did get crowded but nothing like I imagine it gets in the summer (we went in early May, just as the tourist season opened). Discovering what was down each alleyway was a delight. That, and the incredible history of the place makes for an unforgettable experience. :-)

      • Pat says:

        You described it just as I had imagined, Sherri. I can picture my adventurous self exploring just like you and loving every minute of it. Hope I get a chance to some day and travel to places like this. I love that you shared it with us, Sherri. Thank you! :-)

  12. Rachel says:

    Absolutely gorgeous photos, Sherri. And you know what’s especially appealing about them? There are no cars! Not a single one that I can see. Were there cars there? I love cities with lots of narrow and mysterious lanes like those. It looks like a wonderful place to explore.

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you very much Rachel! So glad you enjoyed them. Yes, no cars inside, certainly not where everybody walked. Outside the Old City (you enter through a huge open walled ‘gate’) there are many cars and I can imagine it gets super busy at the height of the tourist season, but we went in early May ahead of that. I’m glad we did. It was wonderful to explore all the different alleyways and of course all the old buildings. A fascinating place ;-)

  13. I love Dubrovnik, and these wonderful pics bring back loads of great memories. Such a lovely place

    • Sherri says:

      Thanks so much Mikey, glad you enjoyed the pics to bring back so many great memories for you. Dubrovnik really is the most beautiful and fascinating place isn’t it?

  14. mvschulze says:

    Impressive view of a place not often seen. thanks for the opportunity. M

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  17. kerlund74 says:

    Such wonderful photos of a wonderful city:) I love the photos with all the roofing tiles, the structure and pattern makes great photos.

  18. Seyi sandra says:

    I love all the photos, and the way you use your words makes me wish I could jump on a plane at Heathrow and fly to Croatia! My husband’s friend had visited Dubrovnik, and he only had rave reviews for the town!

    • Sherri says:

      Thanks so much and yes, wouldn’t it be great to just hop on over there right now! I would highly recommend a visit to Croatia and Dubrovnik Seyi, you would love it.

  19. thirdhandart says:

    Gorgeous photos Sherri! You have a very discerning eye when it comes to composition, contrast and colors. Photo number 3 is exceptional!
    Love the photo of the cat on your lap. I would have contemplated smuggling it back home too. I miss our cat (dubbed ‘Stinky’ by my husband). If Stinky hadn’t passed away, he’d be stretched out on my lap (or walking in between me and my computer keyboard) right now.
    Thoroughly enjoyed this walk with you through the streets of the Dubrovnik. Thank you 8-)

    • Sherri says:

      So glad you enjoyed this little tour of the Old City of Dubrovnik Theresa. I’m really humbled by your professional comments about my photos and I take them as a wonderful compliment, although I honestly just point and shoot most of the time! So thank you very much! Photo no 3 seems to be the favourite for most here!
      The cat was so cute and stayed on my lap for ages.
      Ha Ha! Stinky, how cute! Yes, my cats seem to love my keyboard too. Something about laptops and computers that seems to attract them.
      Love your sunglasses smiley – how do you get them? :-)

  20. jennypellett says:

    Great travel writing Sherri. Haven’t been to Dubrovnik but I want to go now! Your pictures are brill too. Where are we going next?

    • Sherri says:

      Hi Jenny, I’ve missed you – have you been sneakily off somewhere lovely?? If so, bring on your post ;-)
      You would adore Dubrovnik, all the history and museums, churches and monasteries there, also all the delightful street cafes, shops and restaurants. It is well worth a visit if you can get there.
      Hmmm…I wonder!!! ;-)

      • jennypellett says:

        Hi Sherri – no, I haven’t been anywhere – I’ve been having internet problems so my last comment was posted by phone – hence its short length! Also getting bogged down with work related things so writing has been on a back burner … however, normal service should be resumed shortly although we are going away for a mini break which might disrupt things. I loved Dubrovnik as shown on your post – all the little alley ways definitely appeal to my sense of mystery so will do a bit of the old drip feeding :) and who knows – I might get there one day!

      • Sherri says:

        Oh no, so sorry to hear that Jenny. You are brave using your phone, I have a smartphone but ran into problems trying to blog from it so don’t bother now.
        HaHa! Keep up the drip feed and you never know..but so glad though to hear that you are going away for a mini break, you deserve it after all your recent hassles. Have a lovely time, wherever you go, and return refreshed and with an up and running internet so that we can all enjoy your next post :-) x

  21. I’m out for words my friend. A dream street to walk on and celebrate the best years of one’s life. Truly beautiful and full of adventure. I hope one day, I can see what you saw in person. Thanks for a trip to remember. God bless and all the best to you & family.

    • Sherri says:

      Ahh, how lovely of you to say, so very glad that you enjoyed this tour of this truly Old City, which truly is spectacular. I hope so too that you can go there, it is well worth it. Thank you so much IT for always taking the time to take these trips with me, and enjoy them too :-) Blessings to you too my friend :-)

  22. Gosh. Your photos are beautiful and the city looks amazing. Some of the European cities are breathtaking- it reminds me of Gdansk where I was just blown away by the beauty and history of the architecture. Sadly our travelling days are over cos of hubbies conditions but your photos gave me a mini holiday x Thank You!

    • Sherri says:

      Hi Brenda! I’m so glad that you enjoyed this mini-getaway and enjoyed the photos so much. I never imagined when I took them that I would be sharing them with you and others on a blog! The history and the architecture is truly outstanding, unlike anywhere else I’ve ever been. I’m sorry to hear that travel is difficult for you now but thank you so much for taking the trip with me here. It made it all worthwhile :-) xx

  23. restlessjo says:

    Just popped back to say I’m bouncing around the city walls this morning! I’ve just come here fresh from Andrew Petcher’s latest. Between the two of you, I’m a captive audience :)

    • Sherri says:

      Hi again Jo! Haha, you are literally bouncing off the walls eh?? ;-) I’ll have to check out Andrew’s post, thanks for letting me know and so glad that you enjoyed it :-)

  24. Paula says:

    Hello Sherri, I was on Jo’s latest post and by accident saw your comment so I had to come here. I grew up in Dubrovnik and I would like to thank you for this post. The pictures are pretty accurate :) and you told the history well. I am grateful…. Paula

    • Sherri says:

      Hi Paula, thanks so much for coming over from Jo’s. Wow, that’s amazing that you grew up in Dubrovnik, no wonder my comment caught your eye :-) I’m so pleased that you of all people enjoyed this post! I have so many more photos but because of the nature of this challenge – ‘The Streets’ – I included the ones I thought more appropriate but I will definitely do another post and I hope that you will visit then too and that I can do it justice for you!

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  26. Y. Prior says:

    really wonderful post. :)

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  28. Fabulous photos, Sherri! We were there with you. Nice to connect with you here ~ we share the same philosophy. I published my first novel in 2010 at the age of 65 and am about to release #3. It’s never too late! Write on!

    • Sherri says:

      Hi Patricia, thanks so much for coming by for a visit. Great to see you here! You have inspired me so much, wow, that’s wonderful! I have commented over on your blog as you will see. Never too late indeed! I will keep on keeping on, I’m fired up now :-)

  29. tieshka says:

    Hi Sherri- Looks like a beautiful city- I never made it across the border from Italy to Yugoslavia back in the day– even though I was less than 10 miles away on one trip. Your photos are great. What kind of camera are you using? I need to invest in a new one- my little Sony isn’t doing the trick for me these days…

    • Sherri says:

      Hi Tieshka! So glad you enjoyed these pics. I wondered if you had visited it when it was Yugoslavia. It really is beautiful. I am still using my Sony Cyber Shot. Okay so far but not brilliant for those close-ups and could be better I think for landscape. Still, it’s going strong until I can afford something else :-)
      Have a great weekend :-)

  30. TBM says:

    What a quaint city and I would love the cats. I’ve made cat friends all over the world. But you know I’m a sucker for animals. Have a great weekend!

    • Sherri says:

      Hi TB! You would love the cats, they are so cute and very well looked after there. You would go crazy there!
      Thanks, you too, enjoy :-)

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  32. Imelda says:

    I will come back to read after I am done helping my son review his lessons. :-)

  33. Imelda says:

    What a beautiful place. I felt like I was thrown back in time just by looking at the pictures. So, I can only imagine how awesome it the place must have been to you. :-)

    • Sherri says:

      Thanks for coming back to read, you are so right Imelda about being thrown back in time, it is like going back 50 years to how Europe used to be. Very quaint and beautiful. As I shared with Marylin here, I half-expected to see Ernest Hemingway sitting at a cafe table tucked away on a street corner, typing away, cigarette dangling from his lower lip and a glass of wine on the table by his side…it’s that sort of place!
      Hope you and your family are having a lovely weekend :-)

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  35. That first photo makes the city look unreal – like one of those little model towns. But then I love the way you take us from that vantage point, to all those roofs and down into the city itself. I particularly love those long shots in the collage, of the lanterns, then the alley with all the tables lined up along the wall. Very atmospheric and an encouragement to visit somewhere I’ve never been.

    • Sherri says:

      I know just what you mean! I was sitting on a bus when I took that and so it’s taken through a window,hence the slight blur. I wish we could have stopped so that I could have got an even better view, but yes, it is quite surreal isn’t it?
      I’m so glad you enjoyed this little tour of this glorious, and yes, atmospheric and mysterious Old City Andrea, thanks so much for joining me :-)

  36. The shots and their history are just amazing. My lil first grader learned the geography of the Adriatic Sea this yr last fall so he’ll be seeing this post in the morning.

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you so much Diana, that’s so wonderful, I’m honoured that your lil first grader will be taking a look at this post! I hope he enjoys it! I had always wanted to see the Adriatic Sea and was thrilled to have done so. It seemed extra special to me somehow :-)

  37. I am so happy you visited my country, and you picked a true jewel for your first visit. I hope you will come back someday and explore more of Croatia, I assure you there are so many beautiful places to see and good people to meet. And even more cats to pat. :)

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you so much for coming over to my blog and for the follow too, it’s lovely to meet you and I really enjoyed your blog too! I love your country! I would go again as soon as I can if possible, you have every reason to be proud of your home. I’m very glad that you enjoyed this post knowing that I wrote about your home country and yes, you are right, there are so many other places to visit. We stayed in Lapad which had its own beauty and wonderful walks. We found your lovely fellow countrymen/women to be nothing but very friendly and welcoming! And yes, as for the cats, well, they are the icing on the cake :-)

  38. I feel as though I have just taken a walk with you Sherri. What a wonderful city and you have shown it so well. From the sound of the roand I doubt I will ever get there so wonderful to visit with you. Cheers irene

  39. Denise says:

    This is most lovely. Very peaceful. I’ve never seen close up pictures of Dubrovnik before… the architecture is stunning and you’ve framed the pictures beautifully.

    • Sherri says:

      Hi Denise! The architecture really is stunning, it is a most wonderful place to explore and the history is eye-popping. From the 12th century, and even earlier in some parts, to a hole in the wall of a medieval monastery put there by a missile from the Serbian war in the 1990s. You would love it. Glad you like the pics, thank you :-)

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  41. Katee says:

    I too was in Dubrovnik in 2013. I enjoyed my visit and greatly appreciated your photos. I thought I had a photo of some of the stories that were professionally posted on some of the inner city streets telling about their experience during the bombing. Do you have such a photo or remember the messages?

    • Sherri says:

      Hello Katee, lovely to see you here, thank you very much for taking to time to read my Croatia post and so glad you enjoyed it. Isn’t it a truly beautiful place to visit? Sadly I don’t have any photos of these signs and I’m not sure why I didn’t take any to be honest. I do seem to remember reading some of them now that you mention it but I thought they were inside some of the museums. I’ll ask my husband, he has a better memory than me of such things!

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