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Dubrovnik Church to Hold Mass in English During Tourist Season


Those looking for Sunday Mass in English during the tourist season are in luck in Dubrovnik.

Mass will be held in English every Sunday at the Church of Saint Ignatius starting on Easter Sunday.

The stunning Church of Saint Ignatius is located on Ruder Boskovic square, which is connected with Gundulic square by baroque stairs. The Church of Saint Ignatius is located at the top of the stairs.

The Church of Saint Ignatius in Dubrovnik

The Church, which was built between 1667 and 1725 by architect Andrea Pozzo, is one of the most impressive in Dubrovnik and is a popular tourist attraction.

The Mass in English will be held every Sunday at 11:00 am until 30 October 2017, The Dubrovnik Times writes.

Dubrovnik (photo credit: Bracodbk under CC)

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