SIZE: ca 55 m2
FEATURES: Flat Screen TV, AC, Mini Bar, Safety Box, Work Desk, King bed with hypoallergenic mattress and feather pillows
BATHROOM: Bathtub, Heated Towel Rack, Hairdryer, Vanity Set, Slippers
Magic and Myth Meet History
Junije Palmotić was a Croatian baroque writer, poet, and dramatist from the Dubrovnik Republic, born in 1606 to the aristocratic Palmotić family and related to great writer Ivan Gundulić. One of the early pioneers of the idea of Slavic unity, Palmitic wrote in his native Croatian language. Inspired by classics such as Ovid, Virgil, Tasso, and Ariosto, Palmotić wrote pieces where mythology met contemporary Dubrovnik. Palmotić’s often dramas were staged in front of Dubrovnik Rector’s Palace, often in the afternoon, by theatrical companies of colorful names: Eagles, Confused Ones, and Wantons. His theatrical pieces – extremely popular with Dubrovnik citizens – portrayed miraculous worlds with pseudohistorical kingdoms, romantic plots, and numerous mythological characters – from antique heroes to giants, from dwarfs and fairies to monsters.