Sunday morning in Zadar

This is how sunny Sunday mornings usually look like at the center of the Zadar peninsula - Forum. It's a perfect place to drink a cup of coffee, surounded by numerous famous buildings of great historical value: church of St. Mary, church of St. Donatus, cathedral of St. Anastasia and the ruins of Roman Forum.

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Uploaded: 14/05/2013
Updated: 06/08/2014


Tags: zadar; forum; donat; anastasia; church; square
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