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etno village Herzeg (travel post)/ etno selo Herzeg (putopis)

This is a place I've visited very often. Etno village Herceg is situated near Međugorje in Herzegovina. (Bosnia and Herzegovina). This is a place where you can spend a relaxing day, have lunch, buy souvenirs and see a little zoo (with domestic not exotic animals). In addition, you can also rent one of these houses for a stay. I'm not sure of the price as I had never done it but you can check online.

As I have said, I've been here so many this point I'm  almost bored of it and impatient to see new etno village that is being constructed  near by. If you remember, I had also showed you photos of that place. Don't say that I don't take you anywhere, dear readers;)


  1. nice pics...
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  2. The village looks beautiful! Love the waterbody! The last pic is just perfect, with the sunset!!! :)
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  3. Još jedno mjesto koje moram posjetiti ovoga ljeta :) Prva slika mi je genijalna :)

  4. nice place, it' s nice to see yours pics it's as i've been there

  5. Beautiful irises around the pond.
    You look very comfy for the place and so springlike!!:)))))
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