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Split in details (photography) / Split u detaljima (fotografija)

Split city. Everyday I see something new in this city, something I haven't noticed before. I can't even describe on how many levels it inspired me. Perhaps I'm still not fully aware of what it means to me. 

Grad Split. Svakoga dana u ovom gradu vidim nešto novo, nešto što nisam prije primijetila. Ne mogu ni opisati na koliko me razina nadahnjuje. Možda čak ni sada nisam posve svjesna koliko mi znači. 





























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  1. Bellissime foto, questa città deve aver avuto molte influenze straniere!
    xoxo

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  2. che spettacolo, adoro le colonne

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  3. so gorgeous!
    Love the marble sculpture!!!!!
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  4. Loving the look of these buildings, they are so nice! Plus these photos are very beautiful dear :)

    ARedLip&Love

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  5. Predivne fotografije!!

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  6. Amazing photos gorgeous!! Great post! Thanks for sharing! Have a fabulous weekend!
    Much love, Len ❤️
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  7. So beautiful ♥

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  8. Such a beautiful city.Loving the places in the pictures
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  9. The beautiful architectures such as these is the main reason why I plan to travel around Europe in the future. They are stunning, the details are exquisite and so rich that it would be a worldly experience to see it for myself.

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  10. Che bellissimi dettagli che hai fotografato Ivana!
    Si vede che questa città è molto importante per te e che la ami molto, mi piacerebbe vederla prima o poi!:D
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  11. The photographs are exceptional! Beautiful city!
    I wish you an amazing weekend Ivana!

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  12. I am with Oksana, your photos are incredible beautiful, love the love of details you paid to the buildings, Ivana. Stunning.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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    1. Just read your comment, Ivana, I am so sorry to hear you too caught that dang bug. Here's hope of a speedy recovery, darling. Hugs.

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    2. I don't have fever anymore, but my test results aren't good so I'm not sure what it is. Perhaps just stress.

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  13. Beautiful details and pictures Ivana! Thanks for sharing!
    ♥♥♥
    Jeanne
    http://fashionmusingsdiary.com

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  14. Molto belle queste foto :) molto particolari e mi da l'idea che sia una città ricca di storia.

    buon fine settimana :)

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  15. Gorgeous architecture, loved the spiral columns!

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  16. Gorgeous architecture, loved the spiral columns!

    Serene | I Am Serene L

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  17. Zanimljiv grad, oduvijek ga želim posjetiti :)
    Super post!

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  18. Very beautiful city! I can only imagine ho much history it has!

    Tanya
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  19. These photos are stunning! Love the look of the buildings :)

    Florals&Smiles

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  20. uau! great photos! these buildings are just like art! so detailed and stunning! :)

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  21. I absolutely adore this kind of old architecture. I haven't been in Split but looks fabulous on your pictures!

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  22. Ma che bella carellata di immagini:) un bacio

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  23. Split je stvarno poseban i čaroban <3 Dugo smo godina tijekom mog djetinjstva ljetovali tamo, ali nažalost malo se toga sjećam, a zadnjih par godina sam bila samo u prolazu do otoka, ali svakako se jedne godine planiram vratiti i posvetiti samo njemu :)

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    1. hvala Mila...eto jedan dan u prolazu do otoka malo ostani i tu:). Split je dugo bio tranzitni grad ili grad u prolazu do otoka, a sada su odjednom svi turisti poludjeli za njim, valjda to tako u turizmu bude, ali meni je naravno uvijek bio lijep.

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  24. Meni jedan od dražih gradova u RH. nekako se tamo osjećam ko doma :)

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  25. Che dettagli meravigliosi, hai fatto proprio bene a fotografarli!

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  26. Oh what lovely details you've captured. The architecture in Split is really something to be admired and I love all the pretty archways.

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  27. Amazing photos dear!

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  28. Great architecture! I would love to visit Split one day :)
    xxx
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  29. Oh very cute pícs darling!
    Old looks ancient and cool
    xx

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  30. When you look closer at things that have been around for so long, they will always tell an interesting story. And if you really tune in, you will take a lovely trip through time. Great shots!

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  31. davvero bellissimi Ivana
    buon sabato
    un bacione
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  32. Draga Ivana!
    To su prekrasne fotografije, sa jako lijep detaljima.
    Volim Splita!
    LG Carolin

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  33. Bellissimi dettagli, prima o poi devo visitarla =) Baci

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  34. Beautiful photos, with a great eye to detail.

    Jasmine xx

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  35. Beautiful photos, with a great eye to detail.

    Jasmine xx

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  36. The architectural details are Amazing when you look close!!

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  37. Kakav grad! Nije ni čudo što te iznova inspiriše. Detalji su savršeni!
    Uživaj u vikendu :)

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  38. Wow!Super photos!Love the minimalism of tour blog/

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  40. These photos are gorgeous, all the different architecture styles come together in such harmony! It's truly inspiring. :) <3

    Kay
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  41. Great post :)

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  42. Georgeous pictures, dear Ivana! Split is such a beautiful town and the Diocletian Palace is an amazing building!

    xxx Nadine

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  43. These are spectacular. I love arches in buildings especially historical buildings. Great art, great architecture. I can't stop staring at these.
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  44. Great items Really interesting post...thx for sharing Ivana! xx

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  45. Ja nažalost nikada nisam bila u Splitu ali rado bih ga posjetila. Slike su predivne, odličan post <3

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  46. So many lovely details! I hope you're well Ivana :) xx

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  47. Predivne fotografije draga!


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  48. Beautiful! I love all those architectural details, close-ups are especially impressive!

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