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A Winter Day in Dalmatia

The Adriatic coast has a typically Mediterranean climate with hot and sunny weather during the summer, and mild weather in the winter. Even during the coldest month (January), temperatures never really get below plus 5°C during the day. Except the days when the…

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Sandra Sachsenhauser Photographer

The Church of the Holy Spirit – Crkva Sveti Duh

Zadar city in Croatia has uncountable picturesque villages located in its county and municipalities. The Church of the Holy Spirit How the Bora (Bura) wind contributed to build the church of the holy spirit. This is how the legend was conveyed from generation…

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Novigrad Dalmatia

Novigrad – Dalmatia’s hidden gem

Novigrad is Dalmatia’s hidden gem, the Croatian Portofino. A place where the sea has worked it’s way deep into the mainland, creating a long fjord at the southern coast of the Novigrad sea, at the foot of the Velebit mountains. Novigrad is built…

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The Olive Gardens of Lun

The Olive Gardens of Lun are located on the northern shores of Pag Island. The remote settlement of Lun was founded in 1653. But nations of the ‘Old World’ harvested local olive groves and enjoined prime taste of their golden-colored oil long time…

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Velebit Mountain Tulove Grede

Velebit Mountain Tulove Grede

The Nature Park Velebit is quite different from the rest of the massif, it has some of the finest exhibits of karst. Especially Tulove Grede (1120m) is one of most beautiful examples, and it can easily be said, one of most beautiful and recognizable peaks of Velbit…

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