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Places to go to, sights to see (Peć Mlini) / Mjesta za posjetiti, znamenitosti za vidjeti ( Peć Mlini)






















Peć Mlini is a magical place, no doubt about that. Despite the fact that I've been living in Herzegovina for years I only recently discovered this lovely place. This post is an introductory post, there will more posts dedicated to this wonderful location that is situated on the source of Tihaljna river. Many visitors come to this place in search of refreshment. While we were there, I noticed that barbecues are allowed (just make sure you clean afterwards). The spring water is as clean as imaginable, so it i perfectly safe to drink it and swim in it. I definitely recommend visiting this place.

Peć Mlini je čarobno mjesto, o tome nema sumnje. Već godinama boravim u Hercegovini, ali tek sam ga nedavno otkrila. Ovo je tek uvodni post, pisati ću još o ovom mjestu koje se nalazi na izvoru rijeke Tihaljine. Brojni posjetitelji dolaze tu u potrazi za osvježenjem.  Primjetila sam i da je dozvoljeno roštiljanje (samo obavezno počistite nakon)  Na wikipediji ima mali članak o ovom mjestu, pa ako želite pročitajte ga tu. Izvor voda ne može biti čistija i posve je sigurno i piti je i kupati se u njoj. Stvarno preporučavam da posjetite ovo mjesto.

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  1. The photographs are exceptional! I'd love to visit these places! Really cool!

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  2. Kako li je tek uživo kada slike toliko dočaravaju to mesto koje je tako opuštajuće i prosto odiše svežinom. Radujem se novim objavama :)

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  3. Bellissime foto, un posto da autentico relax! :)

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  4. I'm usually not much for nature, the absence of internet and toilets make me suspicious :D But I love waterfalls, streams, rivers and everything that is water! So nature plus water = yay!
    So naturally, loved these photos, would be super happy if I visit Pec Mlini someday, maybe we can have a beer there and discuss the blogging world :D

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  5. This place looks stunning wow! Love nature and all the beauty that comes with it :)

    RedLip&Love

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    1. I love to stroll around in the woods or parks! This place reminds me a lot of the wood, where are regulary take a walk! Peć Mlini looks very calm and peaceful! The mountains there a really impressive, Ivana!

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  6. Hello from Spain: awesome place. Great pìcs. We keep in touch

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  7. How more beautiful place, your photos are wonderful to enable the nature of your country, I would love to know.

    Kisses, cute start to the week

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  8. This looks like a wonderful place to relax and explore. I love the fact the water is safe for drinking.

    Deedee

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  9. co za bajeczne miejsce! śliczne zdjęcia! :)

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  10. As always, beautiful post!

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  11. So many gorgeous pictures! It's a magical place indeed Ivana! Thanks for sharing! I wish you an amazing week!
    XOXO
    Jeanne
    http://www.fashionmusingsdiary.com

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  12. It does look quite magical, as you're captured its beauty well. Stunning images of the foliage as well. /M
    Elegance & Simplicity

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  13. Dear Ivana, looks like we missed a very beautiful place, and therefore I thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures! Really looking forward to see more <3 Happy new week, dear Ivana!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  14. Show de imagens amo a natureza, tenha uma semana abençoada
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  15. I love that kind of places <3 There are only nature and we <3 What could be more beautiful?

    Kisses <3 Thank you so much for your very nice comment Ivana <3
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  16. Prekrasne slike i priroda, koliko vidim sve je čisto što je nažalost prava rijetkost tako da definitivno bih voljela posjetiti ovo mjesto jednom :)
    Mogu misliti koji je pakao u Mostaru ovih dana..

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  17. I love anything that has to do with nature and this place looks absolutely lovely. We're lucky to be living very close to a few nature parks and it always feel so magical to walk through them.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  18. Lovely post, happy week Ivana:) xx

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  19. Beautiful place! A dream for very relax. :)

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  20. Beautiful photos and I love love love your style of writing! Keep it up!

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  21. Thanks for sharing this magical place with use. I don't get to see much nature since I live in a busy city so this looks like a little piece of paradise to me :)

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  22. Nisam čula ali prekrasno izgleda... veselim se upoznati ovo mjesto malo bolje! :*

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  23. Krasna preporuka! I sama sam nedavno bila u Hercegovini, i prezadovoljna sam onim sto sam videla! Carobno je! Ovo mesto izgleda kao netaknuta priroda. Zelenis i reke mame odista! Divota <3
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  24. Beautiful and amazing! :)

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  25. I do not know so much of your country my dear. I would love to visit your place if I am given all the resources. Someday when I can, I'll surely visit the places I've seen in your posts!

    love lots,
    Tin

    mypoeticisolation.blogspot.com

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  26. I kept expecting to see Frodo and Aragorn in some of these shots. Which way is it to the Shire from there? What a great combination of natural and manufactured beauty and a totally awesome place to film a fantasy movie. Look like a great place to get lost in.

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  27. i feel relaxed only by looking at the pictures!
    "ofenmühlen" - "furnace mill" ??? am i right? (i know a tiny bit czech language because we are near neighbors)
    hugs!!!

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  28. To je vrlo lijepo mjesto.
    Podsjeća me na Radmanove mlinice kraj Cetine u blizini Omiša
    Puno pozdrava
    Carolin

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  29. Thanks dear :d

    Great photos and amazing place :D


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  30. Looks divine! Rocks, river, trees - so beautiful. A perfect place to spend a resting weekend there.

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  31. Definitely, magically beautiful place and your pictures are fabulous, like always!

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  32. Beautiful places

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  33. What a calming place <3
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  34. Ładny i ciekawy blog oraz zdjęcia.
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  35. This looks such a special place, with all the boxes for 'perfect location' well and truly ticked: the prospect of swimming being number one aspect! And ah, if only everyone would clear up after their barbecues. I'm saddened by how many people don't do so...

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  36. This place looks lovely and even more so probably because it was nearby and you've only just discovered it - that keeps happening to me in my local area too haha! :)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

    x

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    1. thank you Gabrielle and yes it was nearby:)

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  37. Čim je u pitanju netaknuta priroda, mjesto je odmah prva liga :)) Veselim se nastavku!

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    1. hvala i kod mene je isti slučaj, obožavam prirodu.

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  38. Beautiful photos!! Just followed! :)
    ~Moll

    www.mollymac13.blogspot.com

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  39. Nature is so magical, I love this relaxing place <3

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  40. Thank you for sharing a little of this magic with us! I can only imagine how amazing it must be in person.

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  41. What a fun dress in a gorgeous setting! Seriously stunning.

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    XO K

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  42. I would love to visit this place and take some photos, have something magic.

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  43. Hello Ivana,

    i just said it in a other post from you: i love landscapes like this. The nature is so beauti- and peaceful. The mountains and this little creek, are the right stuff to relax.

    Thanks for this post.

    Greetings from Germany

    Bye

    Jennifer

    P.S.: where can i found your mail adress? I wanna ask you a question about your blog.

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