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  1. it looks neat and green!
    love the hills surrounding the town - like a nest!
    xxx

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    1. thank you Beate...I like the surrounding hills too...and the surrounding mountains as well (but they are not very visible on these photographs).

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  2. Ušuškan i divan :)

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  3. Predivno, naročito poslednja slika :)

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  4. Really interesting post...thx for sharing! Have a successful day dear!

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    1. Very fascinating! I've never been in Bosnia and Herzegovina, looks beautiful, dear! Wonderful photos!

      xxx Ira
      JOURNAL OF STYLE / BLOGLOVIN

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    2. You are the first foreigner to use the right name for this country:-)

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  5. Bellissime immagini:) un bacione

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  6. it looks neat and green!
    love the hills surrounding the town - like a nest:)))))))))))
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  7. Lovely view! I love the last photo.

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  8. Amazing shots! Thanks for sharing!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  9. Amazing pictures

    New post :
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  10. Sad si me podsjetila kako mi je baš žao što se nismo uspjele vidjeti kad sam bila u Mostaru prije sad već valjda godinu dana

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  11. Beautiful pictures. xx

    Nina
    http://www.ninasstyleblog.com

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  12. So lovely photos and beautiful blog!
    xx Elisa
    www.francinesplacediy.blogspot.com

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  13. Lovely Pics of Mostar, dear Ivana! I have never been there, what a shame ...

    xoxo Nadine

    http://nadinecd.blogspot.co.at/

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  14. It's nice to see the place from your perspective, looking down! Have a lovely weekend :)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice
    x

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  15. Beautiful pictures!
    www.alessandrastyle.com

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  16. hi dear
    Beautifult pictures, nice place
    xoxo

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  17. Such beautiful place! The photos are marvelous! Thanks for sharing Ivana))

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  18. I love how the hills appear to rise majestically out of the landscape like whales' backs or gigantic molehills.

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  19. What a beautiful place, Ivana. Looks so idyllic and kinda peaceful. Happy Thursday, girl and thx for sharing with us.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  20. Lep grad i divne fotografije!
    Pusica
    http://bambolai.blogspot.com

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  21. Wow that looks like such a beautiful viewpoint - you can see so much! :)

    Away From The Blue

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    1. yes, it is a lovely viewpoint. One of my fav ones.

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  22. These photos are so captivating! What a wonderful bird's-eye view of the city! Mostar is a very beautiful place, which holds it's unique atmosphere and charm. I do love that blogging helps me to meet new people all over the world and to get acquainted with the placed I've never been to. Good to meet you, Ivana:) You are one of my favourite blog-friends, seriously:)

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    1. Thank you so much for saying that! You are one of my fav blog friends too.

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  23. Oh wow what a beautiful view. So nice to see how it is all laid out. Reminds me of the last Avengers movie. It looks like your city has a big green pimple in the middle of it though. Anyone coming up with a plan to pop it? :) xoxo

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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    1. hopefully not...because the big green pimple is a wonderful park:)

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  24. I want to visit Mostar!
    xoxo
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  25. Great photos. The first one looks like a model.

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  26. beautiful photos :)

    xoxo, rae
    http://www.raellarina.net/

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  27. Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing them, Ivana!!
    Kisses,
    Tany et La Mode

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  28. Thanks for sharing these marvelous views of Mostar. You picked a really cool vantage point.

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  29. Dear Ivana, thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures from Mostar as I was very curious how it looks there. The mountain in the midth of the town is very impressing and I can imagine you were already at several times on the top :) Hope you had a wonderful weekend so far!
    xx Rena
    International Giveaway: Bags are More Than Fun for Me
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  30. Amazing photos ! I want discover this place :)

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