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PHOTO: Aman’s New Croatian Luxury Resort

On Monday Croatia Week reported that Aman Resorts, which are one of the most successful luxury resort chains in the world, would open a resort on the Croatian coast in Cavtat,15km from Dubrovnik in May 2014. Work has already begun on the new Aman resort in Croatia, which will look like this when it is complete.


Photos: Bonvena Hotel

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