War Photo Limited, Dubrovnik
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War Photo Limited, Dubrovnik - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Antuninska 6, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia.
Ticket Price: 40 HRK
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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This has become a surprisingly popular exhibit over the past years – a visual commemoration of the conflicts that tore Croatia apart. The museum has one purpose: to make war visceral and real for it’s visitors and dispel the myth and romanticism that surround such conflict. The work displayed here is by world-famous photojournalists, who were in the thick of war when they took the pictures. The exhibits are disturbing and real; they sugar coat nothing. The lower floor is rather traditional in its display of still-frame images; the upper floor on the other hand is a multi-media extravaganza. Covering both past and current conflicts, the museum provides a rather unrelentingly disconcerting experience to its visitors. Most of the emphasis is on the Balkan conflicts.
War Photo Limited Ticket Prices
- For Students : 30 HRK
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Superb exhibition of war photos from Croatia and across the region. Well presented with decent information. One floor was a temporary exhibition, the other permanent. Some of the content is distressing as you might expect, so not recommended for young children, but for others this will be a fascinating, moving exhibition. Entry was around £6 so decent value. A worthwhile diversion.
Some great photos and stories that really capture what they aim to do. All photos have some words and description about them. Intriguing and thought provoking walk around. Took us just over an hour to read about the exhibition.
We sort of stumbled on this exhibit unexpectedly during a rain storm and I'm glad that we did. I'll readily admit that it is a bit weighty subject matter for vacation, but it's an incredibly well done photographic walk through of several conflicts from around the world, including a section on Croatia and the struggles that Dubrovnik found itself in during the 90s. You'll likely not leave with a giant smile on your face and warm feelings in your heart, but it is genuinely worth it to check out.
Everyone should visit this. Not only to remember how easily war can reach your door but how conflicts should always be avoided at all cost. The Yugoslavian war was terrible and the current conflicts, like in Yemen, are also unbelievable (and unfortunately almost passing unnoticed)
It was fascinating to see photographs of the same streets we were leisurely touring in the midst of armed conflict. The experience provided a great sense of perspective on history and how much (and how little) has changed throughout the world.
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