Photographer's Note

Dubrovnik - its name derives from the Croatian word dubrava, which means oak wood - was founded in the first half of the seventh century. Its golden age as a maritime and merchant centre was during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Its turbulent history - which included its occupation by Italy and then by Germany during the Second World War - culminated in 1991/92 in a lengthy siege and considerable destruction by Serb and Montenegrin forces.

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  • Copyright: Martin Currie (martin) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Workshop Editor/Silver Note Writer [C: 514 W: 264 N: 37] (1242)
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