If you’re in heading to Dubrovnik this summer, you might want to check out a cool museum that is often left off the usual tourist itinerary. It’s called War Photo Limited.
It’s a small space, located just a block up a small street that is off Dubrovnik’s main pedestrian thoroughfare. Sleek and modern, it’s full of creaky wood floors and exposed beams. But it is usually what is on display that makes a visit worthwhile.
This museum is dedicated to the work of the war photographer. Founded a few years ago by New Zealand photojournalist Wade Goddard, it’s only open half the year — May to October — and features usually two major exhibits. Past exhibits have focused on Iraq, Lebanon and the Muslim world. In a few months, one about child soldiers in Africa will arrive.
Check it out here.