The Croatian town of Rovinj was originally situated on an island, that was only connected to the mainland in 1763. It is a charming, small town with steep cobbled streets, small squares, and at its highest point the tower of St. Euphemia Church rises like an exclaimation point. Colorful buildings rise from the sea and its steep pedestrian streets are full of art galleries, cafes and restaurants.
February 2nd, 2021
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