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Croatia, Vis: ruin of a residential house

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One of many ruins of residential houses in the city of Vis

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Imágenes cercanas en Croatia

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A: Croatia: Harbour of Vis

por Ernst Michalek, 210 metros de distancia

The harbour of Vis is the safest stay on this most outerly lying larger croatian island. Vis is also ...

Croatia: Harbour of Vis

B: Croatia, Vis / Komiza: typical residential house

por Ernst Michalek, a 7.9 km.

Typical residential house in Komiza on island Vis

Croatia, Vis / Komiza: typical residential house

C: Croatia, Komiza: in front of the Kastel

por Ernst Michalek, a 8.0 km.

Sunset in front of the Komiza Kastel, buildt in 16. century

Croatia, Komiza: in front of the Kastel

D: Croatia, Vis / Komiza: up on the jetty beneath the harbour

por Ernst Michalek, a 8.1 km.

Up on the jetty beneath Komiza harbour on island Vis

Croatia, Vis / Komiza: up on the jetty beneath the harbour

E: Saint Clement Marina 1

por Sebastian Guzy, a 20.4 km.

Saint Clement Marina 1

F: Saint Clement Marina 2

por Sebastian Guzy, a 20.4 km.

Saint Clement Marina 2

G: Saint Clement (CRO)

por Sebastian Guzy, a 20.7 km.

Saint Clement (CRO)

H: Hvar - Križna luka (Cross-harbor)

por Igor Adamec, a 24.1 km.

Hvar - Križna luka (Cross-harbor)

I: Hvar - Franciscan Monastery

por Igor Adamec, a 24.3 km.

The Franciscan monastery in Hvar was built in 15th century, as a sanctuary for sailors. Inside the co...

Hvar - Franciscan Monastery

J: Hvar Riva in the evening

por Igor Adamec, a 24.3 km.

Hvar Riva in the evening

Este panorama fue tomado en Croatia, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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