palcica (palcica) wrote in croatia_photos,

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I've been to Šibenik about two-three monts ago. Šibenik is a really beautiful and impressive old croatian royal town in Dalmatia, about 80 km north of Split. It's a typical dalmatian town with old stone buildings, and narrow streets, and walking them, it gives everyone this feeling oh history, and just takes my breath away. And with its AMAZING St. James cathedral, which is really, in my opinion THE most beautiful church in the world. Ever.

More about Šibenik:

I originally posted the photos on a forum at, where I'm also a member, hence the signature (Nika).


Old and new :)

The statue of king Petar Krešimir IV. During his time, Croatia was the biggest ever in history, the entire todays Croatia + the entire todays Bosnia and Herzegovina :D

And two panoramic, which unfortunately didn't turn out very good:

Plus, two photos of Skradin, a cute, old small town, view from the highway:

Back to Zagreb:

And... that's it! Hope you enjoyed! :D

Tags: skradin, Šibenik
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