Collected by Mary Ann DeSantis
A rainy morning did not dampen the view of Old Dubrovnik, Croatia, as I traveled to the mountainside town of Polijica. Although many of the city's buildings are centuries old, the bright orange roofs were replaced following the Croatian War of...
Dubrovnik's vivid colors are even apparent in the river wharf buildings. Named for the first president of Croatia following its independence from Yugoslavia, the Franjo Tudman Bridge is suspended over the Rijeka Dubrovacka, near the Port of Gruz....
Poljička cesta, Croatia
Simple elegance best explains the Croatian countryside. The light falling through the window created a beautiful setting for lunch with a Croatian family in Polijicka. Leave the city for a few hours to experience Croatian life in the hillside...
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