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Croatia Europe Dubrovnik Activities. Image by viator. Check prices and availability. Tour description provided by Viator In the seven hundred years of the recorded history of the Dubrovnik Republic there are almost no traces of women that lived in this town. Poets glorified their beauty, but at the same time they were invisible, forced to be silent and obedient. It was important to have many sons, but at the same time daughters were a burden, financially and otherwise.
Who were those who gave birth to well known scholars, poets, writers? Who were their wives and how did they live? In 2 hours walking tour through the Old Town of Dubrovnik you'll evoke the lives of aristocratic ladies and ordinary women, in this medieval town. This tour includes sightseeing of the Old Town of Dubrovnik with the accent on the position of women aristocrats and commoners in the Dubrovnik Republic 13th — early 19th c.
The tour starts in front of the Great Onofrio's fountain, a place that was a gathering point of women for centuries. Next to it is the former convent of St. Claire, a place where aristocratic girls were forcibly ordained at the age of The walk proceeds on the Od Puca street where artisans lived.
Not just men, common women had their manufactories in the surrounding streets. On the way to the quarter where aristocrats lived, you'll pass by the building where the first public orphanage in Dubrovnik was opened in the 15th century. At the Rector's palace you'll be introduced to the first written Statutes of Dubrovnik from where the very first Family Law was formed.
The same one that allowed physical abuse of children and women. On the central square, in the front of the St. Blaise Church, next to the Roland's Column, was a place where public punishments were performed.