Medieval Town of Dubrovnik is medieval fortress in the area of Višnjica, Ilijaš municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although there are no precise data on the origin of the city, it is assumed that it was built in the 13th century because it was first mentioned in the Dubrovnik archives, on July 11, 1404.

It is believed that the town was named after the medieval merchants from Dubrovnik who came in that period with the approval of the Bosnian king to exploit the mines of lead, zinc, gold and other precious materials.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Sedin Salić (2 years ago)
While the work is progressing (albeit at a standstill for now) the old town is taking on what is likely to be a beautiful shape. Let's hope that it will have the contents that were there before, at least symbolically.
Amar Pinjagic (2 years ago)
Ljevaković Abdulah (3 years ago)
I decided to run to the medieval city of Dubrovnik, from Stari Ilijaš, across Misoča. Good trail. Great for running or cycling.
Haris Varesanovic (3 years ago)
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Kenny Ynwa (3 years ago)
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