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A tale of two ancient cities: Pula and Porec | http://adventurousmiriam.com/pula-and-porec/

A tale of two ancient cities: Pula and Porec | http://adventurousmiriam.com/pula-and-porec/

I went to King’s Landing and took the Iron Throne | http://adventurousmiriam.com/kings-landing/

I went to King’s Landing and took the Iron Throne | http://adventurousmiriam.com/kings-landing/

Istria is the perfect countryside getaway | http://adventurousmiriam.com/istria-is-the-perfect-countryside-getaway/

Istria is the perfect countryside getaway | http://adventurousmiriam.com/istria-is-the-perfect-countryside-getaway/

Rovinj – the most beautiful coastal town in Croatia | http://adventurousmiriam.com/rovinj/

Rovinj - the most beautiful coastal town in Croatia

Rovinj – the most beautiful coastal town in Croatia | http://adventurousmiriam.com/rovinj/

Zadar and the romantic sunsets | http://adventurousmiriam.com/zadar-and-the-romantic-sunsets/

Zadar and the romantic sunsets | http://adventurousmiriam.com/zadar-and-the-romantic-sunsets/

I went to King’s Landing and took the Iron Throne | http://adventurousmiriam.com/kings-landing/

I went to King’s Landing and took the Iron Throne | http://adventurousmiriam.com/kings-landing/

Zagreb Shrouded by Fog

Zagreb Shrouded by Fog

Grisia Street in Rovinj, Croatia, the main road leading to Saint Euphemia Church, which crowns the hill. Grisia Street is renowned for its art galleries and working artists.t

PHOTO: Grisia Street in Rovinj, Croatia

Grisia Street in Rovinj, Croatia, the main road leading to Saint Euphemia Church, which crowns the hill. Grisia Street is renowned for its art galleries and working artists.t

Town of Rovinj, Croatia, located on the Istrian Adriatic coast, was part of Italy until after World War II, thus both Croatian and Italian are official languages. Once a walled island, the channel separating it from the mainland was filled in in 1763, making it a peninsula.

PHOTO: Rovinj, Croatia, Seen from the Sea

Town of Rovinj, Croatia, located on the Istrian Adriatic coast, was part of Italy until after World War II, thus both Croatian and Italian are official languages. Once a walled island, the channel separating it from the mainland was filled in in 1763, making it a peninsula.

Narodni Trg (People's Square) is today the main gathering place for residents of Split, Croatia. It is always full of diners & those just out for a stroll.

PHOTO: Narodni Trg (People's Square), in Split, Croatia

Narodni Trg (People's Square) is today the main gathering place for residents of Split, Croatia. It is always full of diners & those just out for a stroll.

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