The island of Brač
 

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Milna

Milna

Milna

Milna

A moving stage

Airport

has 10 000 travellers per year.

Airport

Southern part

of the island - on the way to cove Farska

Southern part

On the way to cove Farska

Cove Farska

My friend says it's the most beautifull beach on the island...

Cove Farska

Named after neighbour island of Hvar.

Cove Farska

Chapel

in town of Bol

Town of Bol

On the southern side of the island

Fish-pond

Ship shelter

build by Yugoslavian army, in secreet

Town of Milna

Town of Ložišća

Stone-pit

Brač stone is famous - even White house in Washington D.C. is made of it.

Scenery

in the middle of the island, between Nerežišća and Škrip

Scenery

in the middle of the island, between Nerežišća and Škrip

Scenery

in the middle of the island, between Nerežišća and Škrip

Village of Škrip

Village of Škrip

in the heartland

Village of Škrip

Museum of the island

in Škrip

Scenery

A view from Škrip

Scenery

A view from Škrip

Scenery

A view from Škrip

Village of Škrip

Holy Spirit chapel

from the 6th century

Village of Škrip

Village of Škrip

The parish church

Village of Škrip

Village of Škrip

Almoust everything is made of stone.

Agriculture

between Škrip and Postira

Agriculture

On the road

Bunja

is a small house to put tools and escape from rain

Agriculture

on the northern side of the island

On the road

between Škrip and Postira

Postira

the centre of the town on the seaside

Wineyard

Wineyard

Town of Pučišća

Town of Pučišća

All houses are made of stone. Near the town is famous stone-pit.

Pirat's evening

in Pučišća

Scenery in heartland of the island

accumulations of stone are made when people found a stone and put it outside of the field. So, here we see results of human work in carst landscape.

Stone accumulations

Town of Nerežišća

Chapel with bonsai.

Town of Nerežišća

Town of Supetar

A parish church

A parish church in Supetar

A parish church in Supetar

Town of Sutivan

The parish church in Sutivan

Suothern Brač and part of Hvar

Viewed from Vidova gora

Vidova gora

is the highest point of Adriatic islands - 778 meters

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

on Vidova gora (Vid's mountain)

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Vegetation

on Vidova gora, about 770 meters

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Bol from Vidova gora

Bol from Vidova gora

The southern side of the island

viewed from Vidova gora

Southern Brač and Hvar

Vidova gora

about 780 meters

On the highest point od Adriatic islands

Bol from Vidova gora

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Ruins of church

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Dalmatian Black Pine (pinus nigra var. dalmatica)

Village of Dračevica

House made of stone

in the village of Dračevica

Village of Dračevica

Agriculture

near village of Dračevica

Fields near Dračevica

Tool in Dračevica

Tool for producing olive oil

in Dračevica

The parish church in Ložišća

The parish church in Ložišća

Near parish church

in Ložišća

in the village of Ložišća

Village of Ložišća

Parish church in Ložišća

Village of Ložišća