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Split

We finally decided we had to leave Zadar, reluctantly, and continue down the coast to the famous city of Split. It’s famous because Roman Emperor Diocletian built his retirement palace there.  In fact, the old city within the walls is … Continue reading

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Along the Dalmation Coast to Zadar

We finally and reluctantly decided to leave Ljubljana, but couldn’t figure out where on the coast of the Adriatic we would be when we wanted to stop.  So we decided to head south to Rijeka, Croatia.

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St. Nicholas Cathedral, Ljubljana

Again, photos.  This place is amazing.  First of all, it was built in the early 1700s.  I thought it looked Empire (Napoleon’s style), but it’s earlier than that.  Probably influenced by one of the Louis.  And the dates on things … Continue reading

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Ljubljana Grad (Castle)

Once again, I haven’t written anything, so I’ll tell it in photos.  By the way, Grad (as you know from Leningrad, etc.) means city.  But that’s what they call the castle in this area, and when you realize that there … Continue reading

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