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[VIDEO] What’s Happened to Croatia’s Famous Beach in Bol on Brač?

Zlatni rat buckling under the strong winds

Zlatni rat buckling under the strong winds

 

Mother nature has rendered Croatia’s famous Zlatni Rat beach, situated in Bol on the island of Brač, almost unrecognisable…

Whilst it may look like someone has played around in Photoshop to distort the ‘postcard’ beach, it is the work of mother nature. Two days of strong westerly winds, which have blown up to 70 km/h in Bol, have temporarily changed the look of the popular beach.

Nothing to be too concerned about however, it has happened before and will be back in its regular shape in no time.

These impressive images and video were captured by Bol’s Frane Marinković.

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