Orthodox Church & Icon Museum - © Vanda Vucicevic/Time Out
Right in the heart of the Old Town, built in the late 19th century, this Serbian church is one of the plainer ones, inside and out, of those in the region. The fact that it is here at all, intact, after the horrors of 1991, speaks volumes about Dubrovnik. You can find a more colourful collection of icons a couple of doors down at a modest two-room museum accessed up a flight of stairs through the entrance to the jewellery shop Djardin. One room contains a hotchpotch of icons, Balkan and Russian, from varying centuries; in another, there's a series of portraits of eminent local Serbs by Vlaho Bukovac.