Travel Croatia – the scars February 11, 2013 Andrew Harvard 10 Comments In September / October 2008 I visited Croatia; starting at Split and then by ferry to Hvar. A previous post “Croatia – in and around Dubrovnik” can be accessed / searched on this blog for more information. There are also other recent posts under the same title “Croatia” with photos only. AdvertisementShare this:FacebookTwitterPrintEmailTumblrRedditPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
10 thoughts on “Croatia – the scars”
tragic scars, isn’t it?
Yes, I have a lot of scarred buildings in my hometown too
Durban SA. See https://snapflycook.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/abandoned-now-art-2/ and post 1 of same name (wear & tear only). We have other scars though.
oh, I did see lots of posts on your blog about Durban, didn’t realize you were from there. tks
The word “scars” can be misleading when people assume the scars are all from the 1990s. Plenty of these scars date from WWII – and some buildings were damaged by accidents. The second photo down looks like it’s from Sućuraj on Hvar, where an American jet went down in an anti-Fascist raid.
The 2nd photo was from somewhere I stopped between Kupari to Plat (during my trip from Cavtat back to Dubrovnik). The buildings were scarred by war, accident, wear and tear, and so on. I am not sure when this happened.
Oh, yes, there are so many scars from so many different decades and in so many cities and villages, they can look identical – especially when bathed in clear Croatian sunlight. These are troubling but awesome photos. Glad I found you!
Buena Serie, Me gusta La Composición De Algunas de Ellas… Un Saludo.
Saludos y gracias por los cumplidos amables (espero que Google trabaja translate) 🙂