User description one third of the old metropolis is in non-public possession, one third belongs to the Church and one third to the municipality. The delegation was not able for lack of time to visit the islands nor, however for reasons of safety, the (south-) eastern suburbs and airport.Another solution is to take the main south-certain visitors on a motorway built again behind the primary coastal hills. Even if this might sound to make little sense in the current situation (where would possibly such a highway lead?), it's essential to the survival of planning control in the Dubrovnik space. The Kaboga Summerhouse is now minimize off from its access to the ocean by the fashionable coast street.The inner Croatian solution is to propose taking the present coast highway, the "Adriatic Highway", over a brand new bridge on the mouth of the inlet. This appears to have prompted the development of a tower-building dormitory township on the northern shore which is far extra obtrusive than the proof of Serbian occupation and consequent damage to this area.North (-east) of Dubrovnik The Serbian forces have now withdrawn from the heights overlooking Dubrovnik, but for worry of mines it was only possible for the delegation to get up to the easternmost position. Even from there the vulnerability of the old city was clearly obvious. Proceeding additional inland the delegation was pressured to show again when it met with the Croat/Serb fronts.Damage was apparent everywhere and most constructions confirmed indicators of shelling . The Rijeka inlet would appear in architectural heritage phrases to pose a problem much like that of the Golden Horn and Bosforos. It cries for a delicate total plan which at current appears to be missing and partly because of the present hostilities.Restoration has been carried out by the municipal Institute for the restoration of Dubrovnik . In 1981 the Croatian Parliament set up a Committee for the renovation of cultural monuments within the Dubrovnik area and three years later a Professional advisory commission. The former is presided over by President Tu_man and chaired by Mr Domljan ; the Secretary is Mr Davarin Stipevi_ . Experts from France, Italy and Unesco are co-opted members of the advisory fee. The Venetian model of impartial personal organisations is being prevented by the Croatian authorities.