Villa Jerkan

Address: Sv.Martin 124/B , Podstrana, 21312 , Croatia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Sv.Martin 124/B , Podstrana, is near Zidine Fortress, Lapidarij, and Varos.
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    Travel Blogs from Podstrana

    Hvar - split

    A travel blog entry by gillken on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... the Diocletian palace is a labyrinth of streets ....tunnels nooks and crannies. Spectacular. Incredibly well preserved mixing modern shops and resturants in amongst the old world buildings. We found a lovely restaurant for dinner...big drop in night time temps...jerseys out for the first time really in 2 weeks. Another success with the apartment, excellent location right by the entrance to the old town...quirky but ideal for the 5 of ...

    Sights of Split

    A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... and Jews. An opposition group, the Chetniks, fought back, but they, too, resorted to terrorism and massacred the Croats. However, another group, the Partisans, led by a man called Tito, gained wide spread support, and after World War II, Tito became the leader of Yugoslavia.

    Under Tito’s leadership, Yugoslavia, which included Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia, adopted a type of planned market socialism, ...

    Visiting family in Livno

    A travel blog entry by baxterjune14 on Jun 27, 2014

    23 photos

    ... the whole town. The catholics used to be locked up there by the Turks (during the middle ages) and dissenters thrown to the valley below!
    As we walked, the aunty pointed out different family houses and the who’s who of the part of town they lived in. There is still a little bit of ethnic tension that you could detect in her description - that’s a muslim house, that’s x, that’s y...understandable given the fighting in and around the town.
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    1 week in Croatia

    A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Jun 20, 2014

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    ... on the large deck. Split is an interesting place, the site of Diocletian's waterside palace and a gateway to many of the islands. Our guided walk in the city enabled us to learn a great deal about the rich history of Split including aspects such as Roman versus Middle ages building techniques.The well preserved palace, essentially a retirement home for Diocletian, was built out of marble from Brac Island and today is home to many restaurants and craft shops as well ...

    Split

    A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... purchased centuries ago. We didn't know where to knock, but 2 couples with a guide beat us to it, had a booking to visit and the gentleman greeting visitors invited us in too. He had a great sense of humour, a good raconteur and historian. We learnt a lot about ancient and recent history for the jewish community in Split. E.g they have always had a harmonious relationship with the broader community, then were almost completely lost in WW2 as their community was 80-90% exterminated ...