Dubrovnik in Croatia is one of those cities that we visit all those who delight in the beautiful views and incredible architecture. It is located in southern Dalmatia on the Adriatic Sea. In the old days it was mainly center of trade, and now it is mainly tourist area. The Old Town of Dubrovnik actually stopped in time. entirely preserved medieval urban layout, and even then the system defenses. That is where you will find almost all located in the city of monuments, which include walls along with a number of towers and gates, Stradun, that is the main street, Rectors Palace, which once served as the seat of government, and now a museum, and many others buildings, churches and monuments, an example of which is the famous Column Roland - a place where messengers read the announcement and Great and Little Onofrio's Fountain. The latter is characteristic of the wells in a circular shape that arose there in years 1438-1444, which may act as reservoirs. Looks impressive among others owe more fountain, which may be the masked figures sixteen of them falling water.