Thursday, July 26, 2012

My Summer Vacation (Part Four)

The last part of the vacation-series takes us to an abandoned fortress in the middle of a small forest, located on the Adriatic Coast near Šibenik.

It is unusual because of many things. First, no one charges you anything to see it, which is highly unusual for a tourist spot. Second, there are almost no road signs to get you there. You have to rely on your orientation skills and ask locals. And third, once you discover it and climb on top of it the real fun begins. Because, at first you think this is it, but soon you discover the big metal door that leads you into the dark abyss full of secret passages, chambers and solitary rooms.

Hopefully you'll enjoy them, because the St. Nikola Fortress you're about to see was one of the highlights of the whole stay.



















You can also view the complete set of vacation photos on my Facebook profile.


4 comments:

  1. this is a great series mersad! loved all 4 parts!

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  2. A great location for photos!

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  3. Thanks you Rebecca. I just saw this comment while preparing the images from this place from this summer. :) Visiting St. Nikola Fortress in 2013

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