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Trsteno harbour
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Arboretum trsteno - the oldest arboretum in the world - established 1494.
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Arboretum Trsteno, the oldest arboretum in the world
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Neptun fountain in Trsteno arboterum
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Neptune fountain in arboretum Trsteno from 1736, ( original renaisance fountain is destroyed in eartquake 1667.)
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