Raznjic horn (in vicinity of Lumbarda) is the very eastern edge of Korcula Island – this video is taken in the afternoon of 19.06.2011.
Video: Lastovski Kanal (Lastovo Channel) viewed from Vrh Hrastove (hill located between Zrnovo and Pupnat villages on Korcula Island) – Views of Glavat & Lastovnjaci islands, part of Lastovsko otocje aka Lastovo Archipelago (Lastovo Nature Park) more about Lastovo Views over Glavat (lighthouse Glavat, built in 1884)
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Storm with thunder and lighting in Korcula last night – the video shows thunder and lighting over Sveti Nikola Church Tower (08.06.2011)
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Wedding in Korcula – Saturday afternoon at Plokata, Korcula’s main square.
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“Skojarska” is Korcula‘s traditional song about enjoyment of visiting Skoji Archipelago. On this occasion it is performed by Moreska Choir from Korcula. Part of the lyrics are as it follows : Iz skoja se vracamo lustrani ko zemlja, od nasih tradicija i ovo je jedna piraka, kanjaca lostura i manjaka…
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Cultural Heritage – Korčula is a recent promotional video spot made by Croatian Tourist Board. Video, that last for 1.22 minutes includes most of well known images of Korcula’s architecture. It is accompanied by instrumental version of “La musica a di note” composed by Djelo Jusic.
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Another good article about Croatia by one of the USA’s favorite travel columnist Rick Steves has been published yesterday in The Seattle Times. Here is an extract from the article that talks about Korcula: ‘…For a humbler and less-expensive experience, Korcula, while certainly not tourist-free, offers an often appealing, occasionally …
If you happened to be in Tampere, Finland this week, there is an opportunity to see video work by Korcula based artist Edita Pecotic (aka me) at Baltic Sea (CologneOFF) Video Festival. Video Time to go Home (Final Hour) will be screened on Thursday, 26.05.2011 at Arteles Tampere, Galleria Rajatila. …
Performance of “Arabela” song by Moreska Choir from Korcula – at Friday night’sMoreska Concert (20.05.2011). The conductor is Goran Milosevic. Enjoy!
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“Cool Blues for Clarinet” byJames D. Ployhar was played on Friday night’s Moreska Concert (20.05.2011) by joined band of Moreska from Korcula Town and Crnomiri from Cara. The conductor was Alen Krajancic. That was a very good performance 🙂