Kaštel Gomilica

 

Kastela is one name for 7 connecting villages at the coast of Bay Kastela between town Trogir and Split in Dalmatia (Croatia). The centre of the village is Kastel - a fort built at the end of 15th century. They are located on the picturesque coast, and they have unique architecture. Kastel Gomilica (castle Gomilica) was built on the island in the 1st half of 16th century by Benedict nuns from Split. It is connected with inland by the wooden bridge.

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  1. One always wants to follow a road like that - beautiful...

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  2. What a VIEW!!! Come on by to see my views of England this week!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  3. i love paths like that

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  4. beautiful....and intriguing at the same time, I would like to go that road...

    Have a voicefilled ABC-day / -week
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  5. Beautiful photo of road connecting villages ~ ^_^

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  6. The trees seem to be looking at each other.
    ROG, ABCW

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  7. Beautiful avenue of trees and the combination with the boat makes the photograph unique.

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