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AddressMaršala Tita 226, 88000, Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina | 0.3 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +387(62)612458 | Fax: | Official Homepage
Top 9 Features
- Bathroom with shower,
- Windows that open,
- Central heating,
- Air conditioning,
- Soundproof windows,
- Cable TV
- Parking lot,
- Washing machine
- Bike Rental,
- Tennis Court,
- Hiking trail
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Kuća Marka Pola
The House of Marco Polo is the house which Korčula inhabitants believe to be the house where Marco Polo, the world famous traveller and explorer, was born. At the present, just part of the house is opened for visitors. Korčula's Town Authorities have bought the house recently and they are undertaking reconstruction work in order to expand the Museum of Marco Polo. Despite its rather featureless interior, the tower of the house (loggia) gives a beautiful panoramic view of Korčula.
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