Monumental church at the corner of the walking street. It looks nice from the front side. We haven't been inside,but you can't miss it if you walk in the old town.
St. Blaise is probably the most used motif in arts in Dubrovnik. Beginning in 972 a celebration in the honour of St. Blaise is held in the City. The tradition is alive and well today in that every February 3rd Dubrovnik welcomes thousands of visitors to celebrate the Festival of St. Blaise. In honor of the patron saint, the Church... 更多
We were here on 16 Nov 2016. We were fortunate to visit this small church just when a specially-arranged mass was to begin for a group of Italian tourists. (Specially-arranged mass as we saw their own Italian tour group members did the First and Second Readings from the Bible, and also led the congregation in the hymns.) Church was illuminated... 更多
Saint Blaise is the patron saint of Dubrovnik and the Church of Saint Blaise has a special place in Dubrovnik. It's in the centre of everything, on main stradun. It has a serene feel inside and welcoming feel outside. People often congregate on the front steps.
When walking the streets of Dubrovnik, you will see this wonderful piece of art! I will be 100% honest, I didnt go inside! But it was sure a sight to see from the outside. Make sure you stop by to gaze at all the details!
The church is situated on Luza Square and is dedicated to the patron saint of Dubrovnik. The exterior is very attractive and the domed interior is richly decorated with numerous works of art.
I am not really into visiting churches and cathedrals, however as far as I am aware, it was a nice touch to Old Town and my friends lit candles and found it very tranquil.
The Church of St. Blaise is a Baroque church in Dubrovnik and one of the city's major sights, it was built in 1715 by the Venetian architect and sculptor Marino Gropelli on the foundations of the badly damaged Romanesque medieval church.