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What to say about Assisi? It seems to be situated somewhere between earth and heaven. It has to be one of the most beautiful cities there is. I was there in March and I do hope I'll get another chance to visit this wonderful place.

Što reći o ovom gradu? Čini se da lebdi negdje između neba i zemlje. Jedan od najljepših gradova u kojima sam bila ( i žao mi je što sam bila samo jednom, a to je bilo u ožujku ove godine, nadam se da ću ga imati priliku ponovo posjetiti)

wonderful middle age kind of outfits to match the middle ages kind of architecture. I have no idea who these girls were but they were just fabulous.  

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  1. I am semi-familiar with Assisi, as a video gamer. Gran Turismo 4 featured Assisi in a race track called Citta di Aria. The location is wonderful. It is just Old World lovely. Great photo work, Ivana!

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    1. Citta di Aria seems an appropriate name. Thanks for commenting:)

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  2. Ci sono stata anni fa, è bellissima!!

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  3. Che foto bellissime, complimenti!!

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  4. Oustanding and incredible photos, your posts are always so great.

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  5. Looks really like as if Assisi is a wonderful town, dear Ivana, and I wish you that you will visit this town again as soon as you want!

    And as usual your pictures are wonderful.

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  6. great post, and very nice pictures.
    xoxo
    Christy

    http://www.am2pmchic.com/

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  7. Great photos as always Ivana.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  8. Architecture- just a dream.
    The place- just the paradise.
    Best Dressed Poland

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  9. I went here many years ago...it's a gorgeous and very peaceful place xx

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  10. Ci sono stata diversi anni fa, bellissima città, molto ben tenuta!

    New post on lowbudget-lowcost Fashion Blog

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  11. Deluje čarobno, a poslednja slika se divno uklopila u ceo ambijent :)

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  12. Odlicne fotkice :-) Ja sam bila davno, davno... mislim da je bio treci srednje, ali znam da/me ocarao... Super su mi bile pokretne stepenice prakticki u stijeni :-)

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    1. da i meni je to bilo super i to što je grad (kao neki dalmatinski) skoro u potpunosti očuvan kakav je bio u srednjem vijeku.

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  13. Beautiful place!!! and nice photos!!!
    Have a good week, dear Ivana!!! and my g+ for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  14. know that it's a beautiful place but at the moment never been there
    I LOVE SHOPPING

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  15. amazing post
    I love Assisi is a very beautiful place

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  16. I wish I could visit :), xoxo.

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  17. It looks like a town from a fairy tale, seriously. The architecture is impressive, I'd like to visit it to and feel the atmosphere of this place:))! Lovely snapshots as well!
    Have a fabulous time!

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