Sv. Marak - place on island of Krk
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Sv. Marak - place on island of Krk

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Sv. Marak is a name for a beach in village Risika on island of Krk. In the outback of the beach is a small peninsula and and in the center of peninsulais an old ruin. On the other side of Adriatic sea you can see hills form mountain Velebit.

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