Author: Morten Smalby

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Yesterday we went on the boat show in Split, which meanwhile has become the largest in the region, the boat show attract buyers from several countries looking for everything from small boat to 100 foot yacht, also there is a large number of exhibitors presenting equipment like engines, sailor clothes, water sport equipment etc. can […]

  The Franciscan parish of St. James, in the village of Medjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina, became known in Herzegovina and the world because of six young people who claim to have seen visions of

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In Split shipyard one day can be more or less interesting, but for shore it is lot of different and hard work.   And it is certainly unusual to see is a woman’s working in shipyard (we are not talking here about office work; it is a question about job in shipyard under construction area). […]
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The Recently renovated waterfront (Riva) in the centre of Split was last Sunday unusually full with people wanting to see and touch the white, full-blooded horses Lipizzaners from Lipik (Slavonija) visiting the city in an humanitarian event organised to raise the money for their food. Lipizzaners are Lipik’s symbol, they even had Lipizzaner stable, one […]
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The Vranjaca cave is situated only 24 km from Split, in the heart of Dalmatian hinterland, in the village Kotlenica. It is only half an hour drive from Split. The cave is protected geomorphological natural monument. The visit to the cave impressed us a lot. When we arrived to the cave around noon, we were welcomed by […]
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