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20 ‘Next Level’ Autumn Photos from Croatia

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Croatia is not just photogenic in the summer. Autumn is a great season for photography also in Croatia, as demonstrated by this selection of amazing photos up and down the country.

1. Sljeme

2. Medvednica

A photo posted by Dorjan (@dorjan_) on

3. Trakošćan

A photo posted by Yun (@yunincroatia) on

4. Osijek

A photo posted by Suzana (@zana_us) on

5. Laz Bistrički

6. Split

7. Maksimir Park

A photo posted by Dorjan (@dorjan_) on

8. Zagreb

9. Plitvice Lakes

10. Lake Petnja

A photo posted by @photonfuel on

11. Križevci

12. Miroševac

13. Poljanica Bistranska

A photo posted by MedAndy (@medandy_zg_west) on

14. Zlatni rat

15. Plitvice Lakes

16. Trakošćan

17. Hvar

A photo posted by @gogirltravel on

18. Sljeme

19. Medvedgrad

A photo posted by J.G. (@vintage.doctor) on

20. Risnjak National Park

A photo posted by Anja Bizjak (@bizjakanja) on

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