The Wonderful landscape and cities of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia.
Yesterday my posts related to some of the war damaged and effected areas within the now independent states of Bosnia and Herzegovina along with Croatia.
In today’s post I just want to share some images that I feel show just how wonderful these nations are today, these include images from the city of Dubrovnik and the landscape of the Dalmatia coast line.
This is a wonderful part of the world with many great places and welcoming people, if you ever get the chance I would highly recommend a holiday here as you will always look back with fond memories.
Dubrovnik city walls and roof top views
If you visit the town of Dubrovnik in the region of Dalmatia within Croatia, you just have to walk the walls.
The Walls are a feature of Dubrovnik that run almost 2km around the city. The walls run from four to six metres thick on the landward side but are much thinner on the seaward side. The system of turrets and towers were intended to protect the vulnerable city.
These images were taken one morning in June 2011, while walking the full length around the city, the views of the rooftops and the city that sits on the Mediterranean sea where just wonderful.
The City of Dubrovnik from its walls, Gallery
One night on the streets of Dubrovnik.
Kilkenny photographer : Nigel borrington