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A: Hotel Zagreb Karlobag

by N.Qusstura, 70 meters away

Hotel Zagreb, Karlobag

Hotel Zagreb Karlobag

B: The city of Karlobag

by Pho Mar, 530 meters away

Karlobag city panorama

The city of Karlobag

C: Karlobag, In front of Šterna restaurant

by Pho Mar, 540 meters away

Karlobag, In front of Šterna restaurant

Karlobag, In front of Šterna restaurant

D: Velinac

by Vedran Penga, 3.4 km away

Velinac

E: Ribarica, inside of small winery

by Pho Mar, 3.7 km away

Ribarica, inside of small winery

Ribarica, inside of small winery

F: Adriatic sea

by Shingo Murasawa, 4.1 km away

Equirectangular view for Pag island

Adriatic sea

G: Porat Dalmatia

by Hans Molenkamp, 5.1 km away

A tiny village with the name Porat is located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Dalmatia, just a sh...

Porat Dalmatia

H: Prpa - 1

by Igor Adamec, 6.0 km away

Prpa - 1

I: Prpa - 3

by Igor Adamec, 6.0 km away

Prpa - 3

J: Prpa - 2

by Igor Adamec, 6.0 km away

Prpa - 2

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