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Nature park Blidinje (BIH)

My internet connection is really bad so I'll keep this one short, at least as far as the text goes. The photos were taken a few years ago and I have shared some of the photos from this trip before so I guess this is post no.2 about Blidinje.
Internetska veza mi je loša pa će ovaj post biti kratak barem što se teksta tiče. Fotografije su od prije par godina i već sam podijelila neke fotografije sa ovog izleta pa se može reći da je ovo drugi post o Blidinju.



















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  1. Wonderful park. Nature is so soothing, I love it.
    Have a beautiful weekend sweetie :)

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  2. Breathtaking views and outstanding structures. Aww, you look so cute. very nice photos. Thanks for sharing. Hope your internet gets working soon. Have a great weekend.

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  3. Great post dear...lovely pics..:-)
    such a beautiful and elegant outfit! and what a lovely location!

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  4. Che meraviglia questo posto, vorrei essere lì ora! Le foto sono bellissime!:) Buon weekend Ivana!

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  5. prekrasna priroda, baš me svrbe stopala za nekim putovanjem sad!

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  6. Jao, prelepa priroda. Kao sa razglednice :) xx

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  7. I will never stop saying that, you live in a wonderful place, Ivana! The nature is breathtaking over there, I'd love to have a stroll and see it all with my own eyes. Those photographs are adorable and so interesting to look at!
    Wish you a great day ahead!

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  8. Divne fotkice...trebala bi posjetiti :)

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  9. The combination of light and mountain views is extremely uplifting. It seems as though I could breathe in clear, hilltop air just from looking at the last 3 images.

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  10. Beautiful pictures dear.x I am sure your trip was amazing, it looks such an amazing place! Hope you'll get a better internet connection soon.x Can't wait for your next post! Have a lovely and relaxing Sunday!
    xxxx
    Stephanie
    vidathings.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Obviously it´s wonderful there, thanks a lot for your great pics! Are you also drinking black tee with lemon? Because especially if I drink tea outside from home this is my preferred drink :) Hope you had a wonderful weekend so far!

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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  12. What a amazing and lovely Place :)

    Happy Sunday ,big Hugs

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  13. I love it my dear!!!:)

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  14. E' davvero bello questo posto mette tanto serenità!!

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