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Mountain Village Humac

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the abandoned mountain village Humac on the island of Hvar, Croatia

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A: Mountain Village Humac

by Wolfgang Stich, 30 meters away

the abandoned montain village Humac on the island of Hvar, Croatia

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B: Zavala, Island Hvar, Croatia

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E: Jelsa - Central square

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F: Jelsa - The port

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G: Jelsa - Captain Niko Duboković

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H: Beach at Appartments Zavala

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I: Soline beach

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J: Vrboska - Fortified church - 2

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