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The Last day of Carnival in Korcula

The Last day of Carnival in Korcula

Photos of this year’s Carnival in Korcula Town:   The Last day of Carnival in Korcula – preparing the procession The Last day of Carnival in Korcula – reading the guilty verdict The Last day of Carnival in Korcula – taking him around the Town The Last day of Carnival …

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Photo album of St.Mark’s Cathedral in Korcula

Photo album of St.Mark's Cathedral in Korcula

Photo album of St.Mark’s Cathedral in Korcula is now uploaded to our Korcula gallery. The album is collection of some (yet unseen) vintage photos and prints of this well known Korcula building.  The album contains the selection of images printed at the beginning of 20 st century as well as some recent photos. There is …

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Poster of Ston

Poster of Ston

Ston, the small & pretty town on Peljesac Peninsula is featured in one of the promotional posters published by Croatian Tourist Board, as part of tourism promotional campaign “Croatia – The Mediterranean As It Once Was”. The author of photograph is Ivo Pervan, a well known Croatian photographer who took a photo, …

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Visiting Painters in Korcula

Visiting Painters in Korcula

Painter in Sveti Nikola, painting Korcula old town (2012) Artist painting arches in Korcula Old Town: Visiting painters painting scenes in Sveti Nikola street in Korcula (May 2011) – five new photos:

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Introducing: Milan Tolj and his photos of Peljesac and Korcula

Introducing: Milan Tolj and his photos of Peljesac and Korcula

Milan Tolj is amateur photographer from Orebic, who regularly uploads photos of Peljesac Channel and Korcula Town to our KorculaInfo.com Facebook fun page. Milan is lucky to live in Borje, a small hamlet about 8 km od Orebić, a stretch of coast that has great views over the Skoji Archipelago, …

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Introducing: Darko Rom and his photos of Korcula

Introducing: Darko Rom and his photos of Korcula

Darko Rom is photographer from Split, who regularly uploads photos of Korcula and its surroundings to our Korcula Facebook community page. Although all of his photos are of great quality, the photo I particularly like is above one, taken from the aeroplane by Darko on sunny day, flying above Raznjic …

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Vela Przina Beach – Lumbarda in 1963

Vela Przina Beach - Lumbarda in 1963

While going through a box of my old photos, I found this photo of me and my mum at Vela Przina Beach in Lumbarda. The photo was taken by some German tourists who visited Lumbarda at the time and befriended my parents. This is just another proof that webmistress of …

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The Salt Works in Ston

The Salt Works in Ston

Today’s addition to our Korcula photo gallery is poster published by Croatia Tourist Board as part of their campaign based on the motto ‘The Mediterranean as it once was’. The poster explores the meditative aspect of reflections and pattern of salt works in Ston on Peljesac. Ston is a village well …

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Cycling on Korcula Island with Exodus Travels

Cycling on Korcula Island with Exodus Travels

I recently stumbled across Exodus Travels – Reset your compass’ photostream on Flickr and found photo album that has some good photos of cycling around Korcula Island. The photo, titled ‘Road descent on island of Korcula’ is my favourite, so I decided to share it with you today. The photo …

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Korcula with missing palm trees

Korcula with missing palm trees

I only recently discovered this vintage photo of Korcula, taken sometimes during early 1900’s, which instead of well known palm trees along Sveti Nikola promeade, shows there some other kind of trees. To me these trees looks something like Bagrem aka Black Locust (lat. Robinia pseudoacacia) but I am not …

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