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Work Starts On €50M Dubrovnik Riviera Hotels Project

Work started today under the watchful eye of Croatia’s Minister of Tourism Veljko Ostojic in the Dubrovnik Riviera Hotels project, which will see investment of over 50 million euros in hotel projects in Mlini and Srebreno on the southern Dalmatian city’s Riviera.

Minister Ostojic today also presented the renovation project at Hotel Kompas in Dubrovnik that will see the hotel receive over 10 million euros investment, making it a 4 star accommodation.

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