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What can be compared with this view? Što se može usporediti s ovim pogledom?


It always gets to me. Pearl of the sea. This city. These mountains. The sea. The view. 
I feel like the time has stopped.
The two of us are enjoying our coffee and even more so the view itself.
'What city can  be compared to this one?', I proudly ask my husband.
'Barcelona', he answers in a blink of an eye.
Alright, I'll admit.... that is actually a pretty good answer.


Uvijek me dirne. Biser mora. Ovaj grad. Ove planine. More. Ovaj pogled.
Osjećam da je vrijeme stalo.
Nas dvoje uživamo u kavi, a još više u ovom pogledu.
" Koji grad se može usporediti s ovim?", upitam ja muža (onako puna sebe).
"Barcelona", odgovori on bez da trepne.
Dobro, priznajem da je to poprilično dobar odgovor.























Comments

  1. Lovely view indeed! I've never been there.


    Bella Pummarola

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  2. Well I would have thought the answer would be "you" but then again I have never seen Barcelona in tights :) Stunning shots!

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  3. I admire your photos, Ivana! The view is gorgeous - the mountains and the sea together create such a powerful, beautiful image! What caught my eye even more is the architecture, though - I like the mix of styles; there's some beautiful, old architecture and also more modern buildings, I could stare at those photos for hours just analyzing each one! :) x Thanks for sharing, hun - hope you're well! x

    Kay
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    1. thank you Kay. I love this view:) ...the mix of modern and old is something I really appreciate in a city.

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  4. Predivno je, zaista! Slike su veoma kvalitetne i sam pogled na njih opušta! :)xx

    Vildana from :
    http://living-like-v.blogspot.com/2016/03/happy-about-who-i-am-myviewtolife.html
    http://staliaisbae.blogspot.ba/2016/03/imagine-wedding-day.html

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  5. Thanks a lot, my dear :D
    So incredible place an amazing photos :D

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  6. It is a beautiful city, with a great view! :)

    I've never been to Barcelona so I can't compare but I agree with you this is a stunning city :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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    1. Barcelona is probably the most beautiful foreign city I have ever visited, so if you ever get the chance to see it, don't miss it.

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  7. I još vam je lijepo vrijeme...ma ne može bolje :)

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    1. da, to je bilo prošli mjesec...u zadnje vrijem samo kiša:(

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  8. Lovely post :)

    http://shizasblog.blogspot.com

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  9. What a great collection of pictures! Have a successful day dear!

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  10. Great pictures - Split is really an amazing city! You know, I love it too ;-)
    xoxo Nadine

    http://nadinecd.blogspot.co.at

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  11. Some places remind me A Coruña.))) Thanx, Ivana, nice views.

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  12. Fai bene ad amare tanto la tua città, è davvero bella!


    70s style inspired outfit
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  13. Dear Ivana!
    Great pictures! :)
    Thanks for your comment!

    http://getme-lifestyle.blogspot.co.at

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  14. Wonderful view ! Thank you for these fabulous photos :)

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  15. There are some views that you never get tired of right?! The scenery looks amazing any way you turn.

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  16. Another set of beautiful photographs! I see the charm of this city, why it captures many hearts. You know there is an old (60s I guess) song about Split in Russian language...I remember the city is called "pearl of the sea" and "sunny city" there :)

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  17. Hahaha... kako me nasmijao komentar tvoga muza... tako i moj meni zna "spustiti" kada ja budem ludooo uzbudjena radi necega :) Nisam bila u Barceloni ali Split izgleda prekrasno!

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    1. da, što je najgore obično kad mi spusti baš kaže nešto pametno :)

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  18. To je ono što si mi rekla pre neki dan :) A ja sad znam koji grad može da se meri sa mojoj Barselonom, iako još uvek nisam bila ;) Slike su stvarno da ti zastane dah. Predivno! <3

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  19. Great shots, dear! I've yet to visit Barcelona but it's certainly in my must-go list too :D

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  20. Predivan grad, prekrasni predeli! Uzivam u pogledu na ove velicanstvene fotografije i hvala ti sto ih delis sa nama :-)

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  21. Another fabulous tour post. Love it! And its funny you mentioned Barcelona as that is the city my Mediterranean Muse will be touring this month. Thanks so much for these gorgeous tours.

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    KaSonndra
    http://livewellbefabulous.com

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All your comments mean a lot to me, even the criticism. Naravno da mi puno znači što ste uzeli vrijeme da nešto napišete, pa makar to bila i kritika. Per me le vostre parole sono sempre preziose anche quando si tratta di critiche.

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