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Jadranovo
Croatia

Small village of Jadranovo is located on the coast where mainland "bumps" into the island of Krk. The sea is very calm since it's protected from all sides though a bit chiller than in the Havisce Bay that is on the other side of peninsula. The old name of this village is "St. Jacobs".

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