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Porat Dalmatia
Croatia

A tiny village with the name Porat is located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Dalmatia, just a short distance from Karlobag. With no more then thirteen inhabitants it's almost like being in a ancient era. Time did not move since and it's fantastic to be there and enjoy the unspoiled atmosphere of simple pleasures.

Copyright: Hans Molenkamp
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16900x8450
Taken: 20/11/2009
Caricate: 30/11/2009
Aggiornato: 07/10/2014
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Tags: dalmatia; adriatic; ancient; sailing
  • Zokonja 7 months ago
    I think you got wrong location for the image, this place is called "Rudelici" , GPS location 44°26'47.59"S 15°11'5.82"I
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