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Tolerance Poster show in Dubrovnik, Croatia

For the first time, the Tolerance Poster show was exhibited on city buses. Beside the Dubrovnik Public City Transport buses, the exhibition opened at the historical complex Lazareti, a magnificent edifice built between 1627 and 1647. It has served as the last historical spot of the very first quarantine. In 1994. the complex Lazareti has been enscribed on the World Heritage List.

On August 14th to the 21st there was a projection of 132 posters on the Emin's House in Lazareti, historical residence of the Ottoman's Empire Customs Officer.

From August 14th to October 1st, 132 printed posters are being shown in one of Lazareti's premises.

From August 14th to October 17th - Public City Transport in Dubrovnik, carried by the 'Libertas' company. Four buses on four different bus lines running from 5:00-24:00 h throughout the city and connecting all its parts with the city center are displaying around 80 posters of Tolerance Poster Show for this two month period.

Here is the segment from the local cultural news program about the Tolerance Poster Show.

The show was made possible by the hard working efforts of the Artistic Programme Director of the Lazareti, Pero Mrnarević and the City of Dubrovnik. 

 
























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