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  1. Che bel posto, sembra così tranquillo e rilassante!
    Bellissime foto Ivana! :D
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-ave

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  2. What a fabulous place!!

    http://ladyparisienne.fr/

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  3. What a fabulous place!!

    http://ladyparisienne.fr/

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  4. ¡Que lindos paisajes! Las fotos son muy lindas :) Besos, Noe!

    albenpocaspalabras.blogspot.com

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  5. What beautiful countryside! It looks like a lovely place for wandering. xo

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  6. Great post! I love your photos. Have a great day! xx

    - STYLEFORMANKIND.COM

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  7. Beautiful place. I absolutely love the views.

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  8. Hello from Spain: I really like your photos. Your post is very interesting.Keep in touch.

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  9. Spectacular views, Ivana. Bautiful pics.
    hugs
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  10. These images are so stunning and inspirational, thank you for this takeback!

    http://fairyland111.blogspot.com/

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  11. Is this where you live? or local to you? either way, it's a stunningly beautiful place, your photography is amazing x x x

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    1. this is a village near Mostar where I live half of the time (the other half in Split) and it is really amazingly beautiful!

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  12. Prelepa netaknuta priroda! Fantastične fotke :*

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  13. Divne fotkice a mjesto je savršeno za great escape! :)

    http://5foot7andbambieyes.blogspot.com/

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