Cathedral of Zagreb, Croatia.
keeps the doctor away. :-)
Changing of the Cravat Regiment guard, in Zagreb, Croatia.
In 1943, due to fear of Allied bombing, the prime minister of the Independent State of Croatia ordered the creation of this tunnel to be used as a public bomb shelter. Today, a museum is planned inside, and there is also the occasional rave being held here.
A beautiful sunset silhouettes people walking around in Zagreb tonight. It's gorgeous weather here, 25-30C every day. People are very friendly, food is great, can't complain!
View of the old city of Krk on the island sharing the same name, Krk, and its port. Krk city is ancient, among the oldest in the Adriatic.
Amazingly beautiful glowing sunset in Krk. I loved the way it gently silhouetted that church tower.
This is the sunset tonight in the Croatian island of Krk, in the town of Krk. Nope, no typo here, it's really called Krk! And it's pronounced just as it's written - Krk! I wonder who decided to call it that, I mean, no vowels at all lol?!? After spending some time googling for other cities without any vowels, I found only some with "y" in them - in my book they don't count. :-P So I found none.
Lukovo Šugarje, Croatia.
The Zlatni Rat, often referred to as the Golden Cape or Golden Horn, is a spit of land located about 2 kilometres west from the harbour town of Bol on the southern coast of the Croatian island of Brač, in the region of Dalmatia.
Woke up super early this morning to shoot the sinrise in Bol, on the island of Brač in Croatia.
The Baćina lakes are located in Dalmatia, Croatia.
This is the Franjo Tuđman Bridge in Dubrovnik, Coratia. The bridge is 518-metre (1,699 ft) long.
Dubrovnik's old dock at sunrise. I love the various hues in the sky in this shot, from oranges, to greens and blues, and the subtle rays going across the mountain are kinda neat too!
in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The main street of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Saint Ignatius Catholic Church, Dubrovnik, Croatia.