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30 Most Breathtaking Small Towns In The World Features Brač Gem

19d42b2628d5d2506d110f404ebfdea6_970xPopular internet portal Distractify has included one Croatian town in its list of the 30 Most Breathtaking Small Towns In The World

Great promotion for the beautiful little settlement of Pučišća on the Dalmatian island of Brač, which was named on the list. Distractify has hundreds of thousand daily visitors and has over 1 million followers on Facebook.

“The island of Brač is home to some of the highest quality stone in Europe and that’s exactly why Pučišća was built. Both the altar to the Roman God Jupiter and more modern architecture are exquisite works of art – as is the natural landscape that surrounds the town. When you consider that the small town has been home to some of the finest stonemasons in history, this should come as no surprise,”wrote Distractify. (photo credit / Like Croatia)

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