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Huge Traditional Dry Stone Wall Croatian Grb Unveiled on Rab Island

Lopar dry stone wall grb (Photo: Novi List)

A huge 1,200m2 dry stone wall Croatian grb (coat of arms) was blessed this week on the island of Rab.

The Croatian grb was constructed using the age-old tradition of dry stone walls construction and is located on Glavicica hill in Lopar on the island of Rab.

Drywall construction grb overlooks Lopar (Photo credit: Hodak Photography)

The feature, which overlooks Lopar, was blessed on Veterans’ Day and was constructed by members of the Lopar Homeland War Veteran’s Association.

(Photo credit: Hodak Photography)

The grb is made of stone and tiles using the drywall construction technique.

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Each checker of the 1,200m2 covers 49 m2 in surface.

The drywall construction technique is centuries old in Croatia and are were used to divide parcels of land.

You can check out more photos of the drywall Croatian grb from Hodak Photography here.

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