Over the past years, Dubrovnik has become one of Europe’s top destination wedding locations. It’s a UNESCO world heritage site. When you step inside the Old Town through one of the gates, it is clear why that is. It’s like a movie set (and was over the last decade). Its gleaming marble paving slabs linking stone churches, through narrow stone streets. Its impregnable walls and fortress towers, bear witness to its belligerent past. Ragusa, as it was called back then, was a wealthy and strong republic. Choosing fort Lovrijenac Dubrovnik wedding photographer (sorry, that sentence it stupid like that for some search reasons) is like a symbolic decision. The Fort Lovrijenac stands outside the town walls like a strong guard on the west gate, overlooking the wide sea and armed to defend from anyone. It’s located a on cliff 37 metres above sea level. Today it’s like a dream location for events, festivals and weddings. Farrah and Yadh had me document their wedding right there! The day started with a Persian wedding ceremony at the Sponza Palaca, followed by a luxury dinner and party at the fort. Excited to show their story in pictures here.