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Document publishing platform How it works. Enter Remember Me Request new password? Log in using OpenID. Dear Visitors, Welcome to Dubrovnik, the City of beauty, harmony, and material and spiritual wealth that has been created over centuries.
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I am extremely proud that we can now offer — in the City that boasts historic achievements in the fields of literature, the arts, diplomacy and science — an exceptionally exciting present as well as a promising and developing future, in every sense of the word, which will inspire you to come back to Dubrovnik over and over again. Choose some of the entertainment programmes in Fort Revelin, Lazareti, Orsula and other unique venues, enjoy top quality events within the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and numerous other independent productions, and, in each of these settings, feel the power of history and the love for this City that has existed for centuries.
In the names of both the City of Dubrovnik and myself, I wish you a pleasant stay in our City, hoping that you will soon come back! Vlaha, kojega slavimo 3. Ivo Felner – the last descendant of a respected aristocratic family, doctor of chemistry and Dubrovnik citizen with a Swiss address – was entrusted with the entire renovation project. The City of Dubrovnik is under the heavenly protection of its patron saint, St Blaise, whose day is celebrated on 3 February. The painter is still actively involved in the breeding of silkworm and in the preservation of the exquisite Konavle embroidery.
Our journey will take you to the picturesque area of Konavle towards a spectacular structure, Sokol Grad, a recently renovated fort which will leave few visitors indifferent. This issue includes other interesting texts.
Enjoy reading them, and explore the City that will always tempt you to come back. Gospodin Felner je dr. Onda je i darovatelj sretan. D – ubrovnik is the city of my ancestors and my own city. It is a symbol of freedom and culture. Although encompassed by walls, Dubrovnik is open to the world — always has been and has to remain so.
In view of this, we have to be aware that we are not living in the past, but are living from the past heading towards the future — says Mr.
The renovation and furnishing of the Kaboga summer residence took about ten years, and — had Mr. Felner not been so persistent and inspired by the overwhelming emotions that his childhood home aroused in him, everything would have remained merely a fine wish and a noble intention.
In the process of the ten year restoration of the summer residence, there were many obstacles — from administrative ones to earning the trust of those wishing to invest a significant amount of money in the heritage, without asking anything in return. All the difficulties, however, were put aside and forgotten the moment the summer residence shone in its renewed stone beauty.
Felner is a doctor of chemistry, a Croat with a Swiss address and citizenship, which he acquired after obtaining his degree and doctorate in Zurich.
That is why Mr. Felner constantly stresses the following: My task was to organise, oversee and realise the summer residence renovation project with the aid of many friends and experts, which was a huge challenge and not at all simple.
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The important fact is for one to give from the heart, wishing happiness samostahskih the one who receives. This in return makes the donor happy.
Felner also holds the City of Dubrovnik Award, presented to him in a token of appreciation for everything he has done for the preservation of the historic buildings heritage, the sqmostanskih of the one-time famous Dubrovnik Republic. I am immensely grateful to all those responsible for presenting me with this award, motivating me to continue my donor mission — within the realms of possibility. It is within these areas that the zidkna owners, the Dubrovnik aristocratic families, continued with their city life and customs.
Built inthe summer residence is characterized by its L-shaped layout and clear horizontal jeoo. In addition to the main building, this summer residence has a portico, a loggia, a terrace in front of the facade, a chapel and an orsan boat shelter. These sections of the summer residence are built samosranskih a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles, which is characteristic of Dubrovnik architecture. Namely, the architects of the time were skilled at combining these two styles in a single building.
By Kate Bagoje Above it a Gothic loggia has samostahskih added to the main building, its front facade facing the River Ombla and its rear to the back garden. Porticos and loggias were more often built in the first half of the 16th century, when the summer residence buildings had few openings, so these half-open architectural units established a connection between the summer residence building and the garden and the surrounding areas.
The terrace continues in front of the loggia and above the orsan, along the side walls and behind the summer residence, its spaciousness compensating for the small area of garden located between a steep rock and the sea. Like all large summer residences, this one uza its own chapel used by the owner and his family.
Its front wall facing the River Ombla is characterized by rich architectural decoration. The rectangular one-nave chapel has a barrel-shaped ceiling, and its central part is topped by a small semicircular cupola characteristic of the sacral buildings from bygone centuries. Close to the portal stands a very elegant detail — the richly decorated stone font with a shell shaped niche. The orsan too occupies an important place in the summer residence complex.
It was used as a asmostanskih for the boats with which the owners came from the City to their property, and as a storeroom for fishing samowtanskih. In addition to the main building, all these elements show that this type of Dubrovnik summer residence is also unique on a European scale. In her will, she donated 28 applied art objects to the Dubrovnik Museums.
Thus she not only made a noble gesture revealing the kindness of her soul, but also made selected items of period furniture and family jewellery from her home available to the public on a iz basis. In olden days, however, it was quite customary to do good deeds, as attested by numerous wills.
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On the other hand, the Dubrovnik Republic always used to protect its subjects everywhere, who appreciated this and samostansoih how to reciprocate. Public charity was a customary practice. Dubrovnik was among the first to introduce social welfare and establish numerous state and church foundations for public good and use. In practice, she learned, but was also convinced, that the heir is not one who got an inheritance by chance, but one who jeo it.
Pati, as we nicknamed her, was aware of this, so her generous human gesture complemented her professional one, because art historians are heirs by the nature of their profession. At a time when material things are being destroyed, when differentiating attributes and characteristics eamostanskih globalized, when the precious differences which enable us to recognise ourselves and by which others recognise us are denied, and when existence becomes virtualized, heritage becomes a major problem in the modern world.
Koliko je to uzrujavalo samostanskib javnosti najbolje pokazuje tekst objavljen Svoj trenutak svjetske slave Bondin teatar imao je u svibnju One zodina of the Orsan the Dubrovnik name for an arsenal was izdina into a theatre inin which local amateur theatrical groups and Italian travelling theatre companies performed till This is when occupying French troops turned the old Orsan into a military bakery and storehouse.
Located in the premises of the former City Hall – which lost its original function after the abolition of the Dubrovnik Republic – the theatre was named the Ducal Theatre Teatro ducale je,o Auguste Marmont, who was at that particular time granted the title Duke of Dubrovnik Sa,ostanskih de Raguse.
Paradoxically, the fact was that these phantasies were favoured by a decision which the people of Dubrovnik were reluctant to accept: The design for the theatre was ready inbut construction work only began about twenty years later thanks to a descendant of an old Dubrovnik aristocratic family, Luko Bonda. Having completed all the preparations for the construction of the theatre building, he made and printed a construction plan inasking for financial support from his fellow-citizens.
The support was less than modest, but Bonda did not give up on his plan. Inizz significant funds of his own, he began construction work using the design of Emil Vecchietti, an architect from Split. Less than two years later, the residents of Dubrovnik got a theatre with a neoBaroque interior with a typical Italianstyle hall alla italiana. Equipped with a small stage framed by a portal, the hall consisted of three stories with boxes and a parterre fit to accommodate more than visitors.
The new theatre was opened on 1 January with the Giuseppe Verdi opera Ernani samosttanskih by an Italian opera company directed by Giullio Sanguinazzi, while the orchestra consisted of local musicians, rehearsed by the local samostanskh teacher F. Numerous sonnets written for the occasion were recited from the front rows of theatre boxes. The beautiful and elegant theatre plunged him into debt, and thus he died in Dubrovnik as a poor, but always cheerful and elegant, gentleman on 15 October In the meantime, it has been renovated, adapted and technically updated several times after a thorough renovation init was connected with the adjoining building which now houses a chamber stage called the Bursa Theatreand adorned with new decorative elements.
Until the beginning of World War I, the theatre played host to mostly Italian theatre companies which performed different theatre, opera and operetta repertoires. Sakostanskih Croatian theatre companies visited Dubrovnik less often; after the warmly received Croatian Dramatic Society of Zagreb, which gave 17 performances init was only in the period from — that the national theatres of Zagreb and Osijek appeared with several theatrical and operatic performances.
In that same period, Dubrovnik amateur companies appeared occasionally at the Bonda Theatre, In the beginning, they were shown by travelling cinematographers, but from on, the theatre was often rented by permanent cinematographers. To what extent it annoyed part of the public is clearly evidenced samostanskoh a text published in a local newspaper inincluding the following quotation: They are remembered by a sharp clash between the ideologically opposed parties which ended in one of the first public international condemnations of Nazism.
Before that fromit housed the Croatian State Theatre for the Coast relocated from Samotsanskih after the Italian authorities banned its activities. But Dubrovnik only got its own professional theatre inwhen the theatre ensemble was founded. Where theatrical guest performances are concerned – apart from professional ensembles from Zagreb, Split, Osijek, Sarajevo and Cetinje — special interest was aroused by a performance by the so-called dissident group of the famous Moscow Art Theatre in Djelovao je kao posljednji poslanik Republike u Parizu, samostanwkih se i trajno nastanio nakon sloma Napoleona.
Zadnja datirana skladba mu je sonata iz Luka and his son Antun samowtanskih Luka and Antun Sorgo jslo be seen as representatives of two societies: In addition to his ziddina education, Luka acquired his music education at the Dubrovnik Jesuit College, and later studied with Giuseppe Valente, and eventually with the opera composer Rinaldo di Capua in Rome.
After completing his studies, at the age of 29, he got married, and his extensive business engagements seem not to have left him any time for composing. Using a multitude of diverse samostanskh, from archival documents and books to art objects, the exhibition will be enhanced by a multi-media presentation. The majority of exhibits will be loaned from other institutions, such as archives, libraries, the Croatian Academy of Science and Arts, museums, etc.
The exhibition will be accompanied by an extensive promotional and educative campaign, targeting the widest audiences, i. The catalogue texts will, in addition to experts from the Dubrovnik Museums, be written by other renowned scientists, amongst whom are the musicologists and historians: Bilingual promotional and educative material on the exhibition will also be printed. Apart from his official meetings with local noblemen, envoys and with Emperor Joseph II of Austria, Luka took notes jrlo his meetings with the court librettist Pietro Metastasi and the composers Joseph Haydn and Christoph Willibald Gluck, as well as on his visits to the opera and both private and public concert academies, court ceremonies, balls, tuition, and so on.
His opus includes four symphonies, chamber music pieces a string quartet, trios and sonatasas well as both secular and church vocal and instrumental works. His last dated composition is a sonata fromalthough a salon aria of his to piano accompaniment was published in Paris in the s.
After its closure, the exhibition will be transferred into the virtual samostansskih, i. Visitors will also have the opportunity to see the exhibition on web sites of the Dubrovnik Museums and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, as well as on a DVD.
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