Secret Treasure of Dubrovnik
In the medieval times, Dubrovnik was a small but powerful republic (called then Republic of Ragusa), which gathered a lot of wealth through trade and diplomacy. In 1667, after the Great Earthquake, a big part of the city’s treasure was buried under the ground.
Though it was thought to be lost forever, rumor has it that a secret society found it, but no one know where they hid it!
Ivan, a young historian employed by the local museum, was always passionate about Dubrovnik’s history. Some time ago, while researching old archives of the Ragusan Republic, he found out that the treasure, which contains lots of gold bars, jewelry and golden Ducats, is hidden in the Rector’s office, the main exhibition room of the museum.
Since then, he made a life goal out of finding the treasure and prove everyone that it exists. He thinks he has a lead, so he asked for your help to crack the ancient mystery and agreed to be your eyes and hands inside the museum, since it is too hard for him to crack the code, and needed some expert help for this.
Because management doesn’t believe the treasure exists, they forbidden Ivan to look for it, so he had to sneak in during the night, when the security shift is changing.
You have one hour at your disposal to help Ivan find the treasure and bring proof of it’s existence.