Croatia: Presidential Elections And The Light Of Lighthouses

As the final voting for new president of Croatia on Sunday 11 January nears, the electoral blackout has begun. And so, all I can say is to wish for the voters to find their way to the home they wish to have through voting. A home that unites all of its people whether they live in Croatia or abroad, a home that will not have such unacceptably high percentages of people living in poverty, a home that will not have such high and debilitating percentages unemployed, a home that has its clear vision as part of the democratic world and invests visible efforts into getting rid of the destructive political protectionism inherited from the communist totalitarianism of former Yugoslavia, a home that will put a stop to harsh and unfair bank account blockages for the unfortunate citizens in difficulties with debts and release the capacity for the people affected by the blockages to feed themselves … I could say much more about the vision of the Croatian home that existed in the early 1990’s when, for this vision, Croats paid dearly through Serb-aggression and the war of aggression against freedom and self-determination…May the beautiful lighthouses of Croatia guide every voter’s mind and decision on Sunday 11 January and bring Croatia back onto the righteous path of democratic freedom, economic recovery and unity towards finally working at completing or achieving to the fullest the common goals set way back in 1990!  Ina Vukic, Prof. (Zgb); B.A., M.A.Ps. (Syd)

Here are some lighthouses in Croatia – traveling North to South – click on image to enlarge and enjoy even more!

Savudrija (Northwest Istria, Croatia)
Lighthouse Savudrija Croatia

Sv Ivan na pučini (St John on open sea/ Rovinj Istria, Croatia)

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Porer (near Pula, Istria, Croatia)

Lighthouse Porer Croatia

Veli Rat (Big Headland/ Dugi Otok Island Croatia)

Veli Rat lighthouse Croatia

Tajer (National Park Kornati Island, Croatia)

Tajer lighthouse Croatia

Prišnjak (Prisnjak/ island of Murter, Croatia)

Prisnjak lighthouse Croatia

Sv Petar (St Peter/ Makarska Riviera, Croatia)

St Peter lighthouse Croatia

Pločica (Plocica/ Island of Korcula, Croatia)

Plocica lighthouse Croatia

Struga (Lastovo island, Croatia)

Struga lighthouse Croatia

Sušac (Susac/ Island of Susac, Croatia)

Susac lighthouse Croatia

Palagruža (Palagruza/Croatia’s most remote island catch Ferry from Korcula)

palagruza lighthouse Croatia

Sv Andrija (St Andrew/Dubrovnik Croatia)

St Andrew lighthouse Croatia

Host (Island of Vis, Croatia)

Host lighthouse Croatia

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