Ex Yu Tour II – Croatia & Montenegro

Orahovac (Montenegro) Hajdi

Nastavljamo putovanje po bivšoj Jugoslaviji i posećujemo biser Jadrana, prelepi grad na jugu Hrvatske – Dubrovnik. Ovaj velelepni srednjovekovni grad, obiluje znamenitostima i odiše pomorskim žarom.

We continue our journey through the former Yugoslavia, and we visit the pearl of the Adriatic, a beautiful city in southern Croatian – Dubrovnik. This magnificent medieval town, is full of interesting sites and maritime passion.DSC_0386

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Stradun ili glavna ulica kako su ga još Mlečani nazvali, svoj sadašnji izgled je dobila posle velikog zemljotresa 1667.  Zbog kamenih blokova uglačanih do savršenstva, on je poznat i kao ulica salon.

Stradun or main street, as it was called by the Venetians, its present appearance obtained after the great earthquake of 1667. Because of stone blocks polished to perfection, he is known as street salon.
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Knežev dvor, u kome se nalazi istorijski muzej, opremljen stilskim namestajem aristokratskih porodica iz 19 veka i slikama iz 15 veka na dalje. Ova gotička palata, sa renesansnim i baroknim rekonstrukcijama, bila je mesto stanovanja kneza u okviru svog jednomesečnog mandata.

Rector’s Palace, which contains a historical museum, equipped with stylish furniture of the aristocratic family from the 19th century and paintings from the 15th century onwards. This Gothic palace, with Renaissance and Baroque reconstruction, was the residence of the rector in the framework of his one-month mandate.

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Mala Onofrijeva česma, projektovana od strane napuljskog graditelja Onofrija della Cava, po kome je dobila ime. Koristili su je samo hrišćani, a pored ove postoji i Velika česma. Ova fontana koja je na Stradun postavljena 1438, u srednjem veku služila je da vodom snabdeva pijacu na trgu.

Small Onofrio fountain, designed by the Neapolitan builder Onofrio della Cava, by whom it was named. It was used only by Christians, and in addition to this there is a large fountain too. The fountain, which is set at Stradun 1438, in the Middle Ages was used to supply water to the market square.

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Pogled od koga zastaje dah na Dubrovačko-neretvansku županiju (Hrvatska).

Breathtaking view on the Dubrovnik-Neretva County (Croatia).

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Nesuglasice na magistrali u Crnoj Gori. Momci očigledno ne mare za saobraćaj.

Disagreements on the highway in Montenegro. Guys obviously don’t care about traffic.

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Ah taj lepi Orahovac. Boka Kotorska u punom sjaju sa naše terase. Odmor za dušu i telo, u impozantnom zalivu, okruženom divljim stenama i brdima. (Crna Gora)

Ah the beauty of Orahovac. Bay of Kotor in its full glory from our balcony. Relaxation for body and soul, in the imposing bay, surrounded by wild cliffs and hills. (Montenegro)

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Perast, Crnogorski grad u kamenu, nestvarne lepote i netaknute arhitekture. Svoj romantični izgled je dobio u 17 i 18 veku, a on se ogleda kroz mnogobrojne barokne gradjevine. Poznat je po pomorskoj školi, koja je bila na glasu u celoj Evropi, a grad je tada uživao u svom najvećem procvat, kog smo i danas svedoci.

Perast, Montenegro city of stone, surreal beauty and pristine architecture. Romantic look was given to it in the 17th and 18th century, and its reflected in the numerous baroque buildings. It was famous for maritime school, which had a reputation throughout Europe, when city enjoyed its largest boom, that we are witnessing today.

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Boka Kotorska krije mnogobrojne lepote, a jedan od njenih dragulja sigurno je i grad Kotor. Venecijanski uticaj ostavio je dakako trag na arhitekturu grada, a boemski šarm i mediteranski mirisi, uvrstili ga u mesto velike kulturno – istorijske tradicije. Kotor odiše melanholijom, i baš mi se dopada ne preterana njegova upicanjenost, već vidljivi tragovi vremena koje radi za njega. (Crna Gora)

Bay of Kotor is hiding numerous beauty, and one of its gems is certainly the town of Kotor. The Venetian influence left a mark on the architecture of the city, and the bohemian charm and Mediterranean fragrances, included it as place of great cultural – historical tradition. Kotor exudes with melancholy, and I like that its not fancy so much, but posses existing traces of the time that works for him. (Montenegro)

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Simbol Kotora, katedrala Svetog Trifuna iz 12.veka, u romaničkom stilu, jedna od najstarijih na ovom delu Jadrana. Svedok je burnog istorijskog razvoja grada, uticaja koji su se smenjivali kroz epohe.

The symbol of Kotor, Cathedral of Saint Tryphon from the 12th century, in the Romanesque style, is one of the oldest in this part of the Adriatic. It is a witness of turbulent historical development of the city, the impact that alternated through the ages.

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