When wandering around Zadar, an oft-overlooked town on the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia, I came across this graffiti. Apparently a fan of Detroit rock singer, Bob Seger (or in this case "Siger") was so apparently roused by the hirsute singer's "old time rock 'n' roll," he--or she--couldn't help but to spray-paint Seger's name on a wall.
There are four old gates to enter the ancient town in Zadar. Once inside the ancient town, churches and monasteries that were first built are still left standing alongside with shops and cafes. Here the atmosphere is a lot less crowded and a lot more serene.
By AFAR Traveler
I had a quick stop in Zadar on my way to Split. Zadar is a much smaller city compare to Zagreb. On one side of the bridge is the old town with Roman ruins and fortified walls, while modern office blocks and apartments are erected on the other side. It's no Split or Dubrovnik but still, it is worth a stop-over while in Croatia.