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Vrelo Bune(putopis) / Buna Spring (travel source)



Happy Easter to all who are celebrating it today! Today I'm sharing photos shot at different places near Buna river which is approximately 9 km long. The interesting fact about this rives is that it has one of the strongest springs in Europe!!! 




Buna is a short river and in fact it is a left tributary of Neretva. Its famous spring (that I have showed in the photos)  is near the village Blagaj, southeast of Mostar. If you ever do visit Mostar, keep in mind that there are many amazing places to see near by. The region of  Herzegovina is heaven on Earth in terms of climate and scenery! I have already presented you with photographs of many places here, but I'm also preparing more travel posts so stay tuned:)

Dragi moji! Prvo Sretan Uskrs svima koji ga slave. Danas sam pokazujem rijeku Bunu koja ima jedan od najvećih izvora u Europi iako je sama zapravo samo lijevi pritok Neretve.  Danas možete vidjeti sami izvor, koji je stvarno predivan, a koji se nalazi blizu sela Blagaj. Usput, rijeku Bunu na različitim lokacijama posjećuju brojni izletnici...Uglavnom, svratite li ikad u Mostar, ne zaboravite da ima puno lijepih lokacija u blizini...Hercegovina je u pogledu klime i prirode stvarno raj na zemlji, a pripremam još putopisa i fotografija, tako da........ ;) 

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  1. Sretan Uskurs prvenstveno!
    A slike su fantasticne, tacnije reka Buna.. Divnoo! A ti pored nje sijas! :))

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  2. love the pics, dear! xoxo

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    love, Yulia

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  3. Divne fotografije :)


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  4. Perfect pics and that looks there sooo nice. I like pics from your trips. Have a nice day.

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  5. great post, amazing setting!!!
    If you want we can follow each other...tell me what do you think =)
    kisses,
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  6. Amazing pictures. Great Blog!
    Let me know if you want to follow each other. :)

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  7. Baš lipo, najbolje je u prirodi :)

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  8. I love these pics! In the first one, you look so beautiful and healthy Ivana.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
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  9. Sei bellissima in queste foto! E che posto fantastico!
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  10. Real heaven!
    Best Dressed Poland

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  11. Nice pics!

    I'm following u via GFC, hope u can follow back. THX XOXO

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  12. Happy Easter to you! You look really beautiful in the pictures, really refreshed and glowing! xoxo.

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  13. Ivanko, ty jsi přirozeně krásná! Tvoje čokoládová barva očí je opravdu jedinečná! Nemám slov.. :)

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  14. Beautiful place, nice pictures.
    Let me know if you would like to follow each other. :)

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  15. Prekrasna si mi na prvoj fotki :-) Buna je divna takodjer :-)

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  16. Ajme,izgleda predivno :)

    Pratimo se? :)

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  17. Hello Ivana,

    this location looks awsome - i like this kind of nature. A beautiful and peaceful river and a few mountains its all i need to have a relaxing time. I think you like this place as well?

    And Pic 1 is just fantastic - this portrait of you is gorgeous! You have a nice skin teint. That shows me, that you dont need Make Up - your such a natural beauty!

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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