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1000 Things to do in Croatia…#54

Croatia is not just about the beaches. There are plenty things to do in the spectacular country, well at least 1,000 things, according to photographer Tim Ertl, who explains with the help of his camera via his popular blog ‘1000 Things to do in Croatia – A journey through Croatia in 1,000 pictures‘. Each week we will feature one of Tim’s suggestions, accompanied by one of his stunning photographs…

#54 Greet the sun at [Pozdrav suncu] in Zadar...

Popular gathering point Pozdrav suncu (meaning Greet the Sun) in Zadar consists of three hundred multi-layered glass plates placed on the same level with a stone-paved waterfront in the shape of a circle 22 meters in diameter. The meeting points looks at the sun from the west and is a perfect spot to see it set and rise.

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