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Woman wears the costume of a traditional washer woman in Zagreb, Croatia

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: In an historic Zagreb square, a woman wears the costume of a traditional washer woman of Croatia. Characters like these...

Grisia Street in Rovinj, Croatia, the main road leading to Saint Euphemia Church, which crowns the hill. Grisia Street is renowned for its art galleries and working artists.top town

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Grisia Street in Rovinj, Croatia, renowned for its art galleries and working artists, leads to Saint Euphemia Church, which crowns the...

Town of Rovinj Croatia, located on the Istrian Adriatic coast, was part of Italy until after World War II, thus both Croatian and Italian are official languages. Once a walled island, the channel separating it from the mainland was filled in in 1763, making it a peninsula.

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Town of Rovinj, Croatia, located on the Istrian Adriatic coast, was part of Italy until after World War II, thus both...

One of the batanas of Rovinj, Croatia rows into a golden sunset

The captain wielded his long white oars like hot knives through butter, each dip barely dimpling the glassy sea. His muscled arms moved fluidly, tiny adjustments keeping us on our course...

Medieval town of Piran, Slovenia, located on the Adriatic Sea

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Medieval town of Piran, Slovenia, located on the Adriatic Sea. The well-preserved town walls seen atop the hill were constructed to...

Tartini Square in the coastal town of Piran, Slovenia

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Tartini Square in the coastal town of Piran, Slovenia, was named for its most famous citizen, violinist Giuseppe Tartini. A bronze...