Dubrovnik Video

Simply Wonderful!

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  1. That’s beautifully done!
    In fact I think the Croatian Tourism Ministry should be paying him for this – best tourism ad for Dubrovnik I’ve seen to date 🙂
    …especially since he managed to make the chinese wall, seven deadly sins and chokolino look good 😀

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  2. What a beautiful area. Looks like a place I would love to live.
    I wish the shots weren’t so quick, though. There’s no time to linger over anything in particular. For instance, I would have loved to see that suspension bridge at the beginning, but there was just a quick side-glance of it.
    The video certainly does let one know that the place is a paradise, though. 🙂

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  3. Thank yoy for your visit ! 🙂

    Regards,
    Aliosa.

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  4. Keep up your wonderful work, I have gone back to read certain articles for the second time and I have emailed to my son who is a teacher, great information, history making thoughts. Ann

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  5. What a beautiful place, Ina. It’s looks so unspoilt, too. I would love to go there 🙂

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  6. Thank for all the information on Croatia, the video had refresh my 40 years ago visit. Lovely video. More important your dedication and faith are encouraging not only for Croatian’s people but for all humanity. The corruption, war with all the horror should not exist if peoples walk in the light. My pour father serve in the Italian army in WW 2 mostly in Croatia including Dubrovnik. He end in a Poland camp and survive just. He had a girl friend there that got killed, the sister after after a few years had visit and stay for a few days with our family. I was probably 4 or 5 years old. Still remember the occasion in vague mode. Many Croatian-Italian had fly the communist rule and we had a family stay with us for a vile. My birth village is only circa 130-150 km from the border a short distance many of the area surname are originate from Montenegro- Croatia.My grandmother was a Zago, relative Petrovich sound familiar? My family Rosolin. Ciao or dobra.

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    • Thank you on your comment 7luigiitao. Your family’s destiny and sufferings during WWII are much like those of many who were in camps, who fled communism,,,who survived almost by the goodness of God…our task in this modern era is to pursue justice for all especially in condemnation of those who did the crimes and hot away with it because they were attached to the communist or other political paths and since most are dead by now it is the political regime we must condemn so that the future is warned and the victims respected

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  7. This is the wonderful video of Dubrovnik, however, I wish he took few shots outside the old town. Such as Lapad, Gruz, Rijeka Dubrovacka etc

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