A to Z of Balconies – Korčula in Croatia

Korčula is like a scaled down version of Dubrovnik with the same white Dalmatian stone buildings and red tiled roofs but sadly it is completely eclipsed by its more famous close neighbour and there has been little investment since the 1990s war that split old Yugoslavia apart.  Dubrovnik was the priority after that but the local authorities are now campaigning for Korčula Old Town, which is a gem of Venetian architecture to be awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.

 

29 responses to “A to Z of Balconies – Korčula in Croatia

  1. Andrew, you’re making me grumpy with your itinerary of places I never got to 🙂 🙂

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  2. P.S Something strange happens when I try the link. I’ve done it twice now and it takes me into my Dashboard??? Weird old WP!

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  3. Could you check the link between “Read The Full Story Here…” please? I can’t get it to work.

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  4. That’s what’s happening to me too.

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  5. I don’t like this new wordpress block editor and would like to go back, but I am not willing to pay…

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  6. I forgot to mention, we visited Korcula with the sailboat, a wonderful island: http://geriatrix.de/segeln%202005/05%20brac%20und%20mljetengl.htm
    I try to give you the link, I am not sure it will work.

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  7. But meanwhile, didn’t it mean that you didn’t have to battle the crowds in Dubrovnik? I didn’t guess this balcony in advance either. I may have to stop playing ….

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  8. Half way through, now. Congratulations.

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  9. We loved Korcula on our trip last year. We stayed there the longest of our various stays in Croatia.

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