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[VIDEO] The Islands of Zlarin & Krapanj and their Famous Sponges

ZLARINThe clear blue water of the Adriatic is the ideal natural environment for sea sponges…

Near Zlarin island, which is the smallest of the islands in the Šibenik archipelago, is an island renowed for its sponges, and even has a museum dedicated to them.

In the “Made of sponges” Museum (Muzej “od spužve”), on island of Krapanj, you can buy handmade sponges for a bath or just as a souvenir.

Made-of-Sponge-Museum and owner Divna Juric (in black)

Made-of-Sponge-Museum and owner Divna Juric (in black)

Check out this video from Touristar TV, who visited Zlarin, and the museum, to find out more.


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