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Due to the lack of sufficient archivalia pertaining to Držic’s biography (for example the year of 1508 is presumed to be the year of his birth), no objects that he had used have been preserved. The scene of his theatre and life, which were tightly intertwined in his plays has been transferred to the Marin Držic’s Home Museum, which is neither a memorial home, nor a museum in their traditional sense, but is both.
The idea of the memorial place encouraged by several initiators, was marked by placing a memorial plaque on its façade by the Central Croatian Cultural and Publishing Society in 1966. An attempt at recreating ”the story of Marin Držic ” was put on scene by Slobodan Prosperov Novak, while its artistic presentation was done by Marin Gozze, at the opening of the house in 1989.
every day 9 am – 8:30 pm
Closed on Mondays
Unique ticket for museums and galleries founded by the City of Dubrovnik is valid for 7 days from first visit to one of the institutions.
Pupils and students 25 kn
Children under 12 – free admission
Groups (10 >) 80 kn per person
NOTE: purchasing this ticket also grants you entry to:
Cultural History Museum in Rector’s Palace
Maritime Museum in Fort St. John
Ethnographic Museum Rupe Granary
Archaeological Museum in Fort Revelin
Museum of Modern Arts
Natural History Museum
Home of Marin Drzic
Gallery Dulčić-Masle-Pulitika and Atelier Pulitika
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