The statue was named after its donor Ignacije Amerling man who financed a lot of other construction works in the city. It was built in the year 1900 by Croatian sculptor Ivan Rendic. On the top of the fountain is a scene from a pastoral play ‘Dubravka’ written by famous Dubrovnik poet Ivan Gundulic. Here you can see a woman named Stojka fighting a man called Wolf who looks like a devil if you ask me, and who holds a sheep. The story goes how he tried to steal this sheep to feed himself, but she caught him. She held his beard and horns until he let the sheep go.
Amerling Fountian, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Vacation