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Split and Dubrovnik
February 20, 2014 12:23
A tale of two cities, each with a long-standing Jewish presence.

A VIEW of the St Laurence Fort and the Dubrovnik city walls.. (photo credit:IRVING SPITZ)

On a cruise with Voyages to Antiquity, the company’s mission focuses on civilizations that developed around the Mediterranean Sea, and to its credit, it does a fantastic job.

The company caters to tourists who wish to learn about Egyptian, Minoan, Jewish, Phoenician, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Venetian and Ottoman civilizations. It has only one ship, The Aegean Odyssey, which plies the route of the Eastern Mediterranean, including the Aegean, Adriatic and Black seas. It is a relatively small ship, enabling it to visit harbors that are out of bounds for larger cruise liners.


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