This grand bridge spans the bay near the port of Gruz.
If you have read the caption for the photo “Terracotta quilt“, you’ll notice I said almost all the rooves were re-tiled. This is one of the few that evaded damage in the conflict and was not replaced.
All the tiled rooves in Dubrovnik are bright and orange, partly because the city was shelled in the Siege of Dubrovnik in 1991/2, causing extensive damage to the buildings. Almost all of the rooves have since been replaced. It also helps that no cars are permitted in the old city. Seen from the city walls,Continue reading “Terracotta quilt”
This photo of the monastery in Dubrovnik was taken from high on the city ramparts.
Walking along Split harbour a little, this is the view. Notably, you can see the bell tower of the cathedral.
A pleasant view of the many small sailing boats in Split harbour.
This large room is dome shaped with a circular hole in the roof. The acoustics are perfect – we heard a traditional Croatian men’s choir sing here.
This is the bell tower of the cathedral in the old town of Split, Croatia.