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Makarska

Makarska. Many have fallen in love with this little Croatian town. While I was there, witnessing a spectacular battle between rain and sunshine (sunshine won in case you're wondering), I could certainly see why. This little seacost town has it all. It is a truly beautiful place, surrounded by stunning Biokovo mountain from one side and magical Adriatic sea from another. One can easily  see why it is one of the most popular tourist destinations. This time I only took photographs of the promenade, but if you want to see photographs of the mountain, you can do so here.

Makarska. Puno njih se zaljubilo u ovaj hrvatski gradić. Dok sam bila tamo i nazočila spektakularnoj borbi između kiše i sunca ( sunce je pobijedilo u slučaju da vas zanima), mogla sam vidjeti i zašto. Ovaj priobalni gradić ima sve. Stvarno je prekrasno mjesto. Lako je vidjeti zašto je jedno od najpopularnijih turističkih odredišta. Ovaj put sam uslikala samo rivu, ali ako želite vidjeti planinski pogled, možete pogledati ovdje.






































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  1. I have never been to this place. Thanks for posting such lovely photos that I have enjoyed too much =)

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  2. Ajme koliko kiše!
    Sviđa mi se kaput (koliko ga vidim) :)

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    1. nosim ga često tako da ćeš ga sigurno uskoro bolje vidjeti:)

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  3. I loved looking at your beautiful pics, wants to make me want to visit x

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  4. I loved looking at your beautiful pics, wants to make me want to visit x

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  5. Fantastic photographs and beautiful place :)

    xoxo Ivana ❤
    Melania | modeintechnicolor.blogspot.com

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  6. Wow! Croatia looks beautiful! I used to know somebody from Croatia years ago! Beautiful people and beautiful place!

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  7. Wow! such an amazing place dear! would really love to visit it!! thanks for sharing to us the wonders in your city!!!

    love lots,
    Tin

    mypoeticisolation.blogspot.com

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  8. Everything is so old where you live? Where is the mall? There must be a mall. I like malls :) One very not old item in the shots, lovely you.

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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    1. yes, there are many malls here...too much if you ask me!

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  9. cool post!

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  10. I'd love to visit Croatia! What a pity that it was raining!
    It often happens when I am travelling and I stop making pictures but you did well, we still can make a photo shoot on the rain and at the end you even got a bit of sun ;)
    xxx
    www.travelera.es

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    1. thank you Nuria:) I hope you will visit Croatia some day.

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  11. Predivne fotografije, Makarska je predivan gradić :) :*

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  12. Gorgeous shots as usual. Such an intriguing hint if the rich and colorful history in these photos. Thanks so much for sharing.

    Hugs
    KaSonndra
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  13. Bome vas je dobra kiša ulovila! Ali drago mi je da se na kraju ipak pojavilo sunce :) Ja sam ful davno bila u Makarskoj, ali pamtim da sam se baš dobro odmorila i opustila :)

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    1. da, baš nas je ulovila, ali vidjeli smo i malo sunca i zapravo je bilo skroz zanimljivo tako.

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  14. The lighting in the last few photos is beyond beautiful - such dramatic shadows! The rain pooling and setting on the floor reminds me of European visits as you don't get that sort of flat flooring over here in England. Have a lovely weekend! :)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice
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    1. thank you, I was happy with how the photos turned out, especially because I didn't really plan to take any.

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  15. These are some pretty nice shots! The place looks so gorgeous!

    Joycentricity

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  16. Čuvena Makarska :) Mesto je stvarno fantastično, a ta smena sunca i kiše je još samo više doprinela lepoti. Nadam se da ću je i ja nekada posetiti, kao i uopšte sva mesta koja sam upoznala upravo zahvaljujući tebi :) Uvek mi se sviđaju slike sa kišobranom, a pretposlednja mi je najdraža jer nekako ima svega na njoj :) Predivno, zaista...

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    1. hvala, nekako me se baš dojmila Makarska ovaj put iako sam došla doslovno samo na pola sata i kavu.

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  17. Beautiful place and pictures! =D

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    xoxo,
    Jessica

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  18. You have to be my tourist guide one day. Ha!! You always showcase some good places. :) Great shots!

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    1. I wish someone would hire me, I think I would make a pretty good tourist guide.

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  19. What a great collection of pictures!

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  20. Really beautiful. And so romantic with rain!

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  21. Draga Ivana!
    Ne znam Makarska tako prazan :-)
    Već sam obličje naprijed to ljeto, onda smo se vratili na odmor tamo.
    Ugodan vikend i mnoge pozdrave
    Carolin

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  22. Wow such a mesmerizing place and the pictures are so so beautiful. LOved your click with that red umbrella...Looks picture perfect!!

    Kisses
    Epsita | www.thepositivewindow.com

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  23. Predivan post draga!

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  24. Stunning photos of a beautiful place! I love your red umbrella - so cheerful!!
    Christina ♥ https://caliope-couture.com

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  25. Deluje mi zaista prekrasno :-) Nadam se da cu posetiti Makarsku i uzivati u njenim lepotama

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  26. Beautiful place. I love your photos :)

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  27. Makarska u <3...preslatka je, jedino po ljeti naći parking je :/ Kombinacija je baš po mom guštu! :)

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  28. Love these shots in the rain! And it looks like a beautiful location...I love rainy days ;) Hope you're having a great weekend!
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  29. Love these shots in the rain! And it looks like a beautiful location...I love rainy days ;) Hope you're having a great weekend!
    Christina ♥ https://caliope-couture.com

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