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  • Compounding the weather problems, Dubrovnik's airport uses World War II-style radio beacons to guide pilots in; its modern instrument-landing system was looted by Serbian troops in 1991.

    Death In The Mountains: How A Vip Jet Strayed

  • SMITH: Well this is, in some respects, a unique and terrible occurrence and people who go to Dubrovnik normally experience an enjoyable time, particularly when they go as tourists which is Dubrovnik's great attraction.

    Doorstop Interview, Newcastle - Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • "This is the Villa Gradic, built in the 17th century," says Nada Grujic, an art historian at the University of Zagreb, as she leafs through a folio of Dubrovnik's architectural treasures.

    'Dubrovnik Has Become A Hell'

  • Belgrade claims its offensive has touched only nondescript suburbs and not Dubrovnik's landmarks.

    'Dubrovnik Has Become A Hell'

  • Dubrovnik's 500-year-old Arboretum, with exotic shrubs and trees from Asia, Africa and Europe, was destroyed on Oct. 3, Grujic says.

    'Dubrovnik Has Become A Hell'

  • The 14th-century Franciscan monastery at Rozat has been hit, as has the 15th-century fortress of Sokol; so has the Villa Rastic near Dubrovnik's port, and the Sorkocevic Palace near the bombed-out marina, and dozens of other palazzos, churches and grand Venetian houses.

    'Dubrovnik Has Become A Hell'

  • Houses in Dubrovnik's old town are two or even three times more expensive.

    Real-Estate Porn

  • Dubrovnik's Hotel Argentina, for instance, is $90 a night.

    Escape To The Balkans

  • In Songtan-up, bar girls and local shop owners who had not noticed an American matching Sergeant Dubrovnik's description remembered a robust American G.I. walking arm in arm with a beautiful Korean woman.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Our next stop was the home of someone who we suspected was Dubrovnik's accomplice.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

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