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‘Let’s Clean Croatia’ Removes Over 11,000 Wrecks

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAFor over a decade award-winning Croatian photographer Romeo Ibrišević has been pulling wrecks out of the environment…

One of his ‘finds’ from his project ‘Let’s clean Croatia’ sits displayed at Zagreb’s Bundek park, along with his photos from his other missions.

One of the car wrecks sits in Bundek park

One of the car wrecks sits in Bundek park

‘Let’s clean Croatia’, which was organised by C.I.O.S, together with Renault-Nissan and magazine Auto blic, has seen over 11,000 old cars removed from parks, woods, rivers, and lakes in Croatia.

(header photo / Romeo Ibrišević / C.I.O.S)

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