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The Stereoscopy Blog provides an overview of the latest 3D photography, useful information and links about stereoscopy.

 

Pula

Pula

Photo Tour on 10. September 2016
The area around Pula has a history of 7000 years old. The Romans left the second biggest amphitheater which is still used toady for concerts.

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Sarajevo

Sarajevo

Photo Tour on 03. September 2016
Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and has almost 300.000 inhabitants. Because of the cultural and religious diversity, we the city also known as Little Jerusalem. Churches, mosques and synagogues are not far apart. There is a Oriental bazaar and a spacious pedestrian area with shopping center. The Unique City Park in East Sarajevo is a deep ravine.

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Maribor

Maribor

Photo Tour on 27. August 2016
Maribor is more than 100.000 inhabitants the second largest city in Slovenia. The city center is very compact. All attractions, shopping can be reached on foot. Recreation offers the spacious city park is right next to the old town.

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Belgrade

Belgrad

Photo Tour on 21. August 2016
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, and is also known as the gateway to Blakan because of its geographic location. The river Sava flows into the Danube in the metropolis. Belgrade is very versatile in its architecture. From each era the houses are randomly standing next to each other. The unforgettable charm is only discovered at night when you get to know the people and their culture.

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Budapest

Budapest

Photo Tour on 22. July 2016
Budapest is 1,7 million inhabitants the capital and the largest city of Hungary. The city winds on both sides of the Danube and is divided into the hilly Buda and flat Pest more. The main attractions of the city can be found on the banks of the Danube. Budapest

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Ljubljana

Ljubljana

Photo Tour on 20. July 2016
Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia and has a population of about 270.000 inhabitants. The city is the political, economic and cultural center of Slovenia. The historic city center is full of buildings from the Middle Ages to the late 19 century. There are numerous cafes and smaller markets on the waterfront.

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Varaždin

Photo Tour on 19. July 2016
Varaždin is a city in northern Croatia and has 46.000 inhabitants. The city is surrounded by a beautiful countryside and offers numerous cultural and historical monuments. The historical city center is very well preserved in the Central European influenced baroque stalk.

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Samobor

Foto Samobor

Photo Tour on 10. July 2016
The medieval town is Saobor 30 km from Zagreb. The ruins lying on the next mountain, you can explore at your own risk.

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Senj

Foto Senj

Photo Tour on 26. June 2016
Senj is with more than 3000 years the oldest city in the northern Adria. The city is located on the oldest mountain pass which leads into the inland. The fortress Nehaj from the 16th century is the town‘s landmark.

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Rijeka

Foto Rijeka

Photo Tour on 25. June 2016
The harbor town Rijeka has almost 144 000 inhabitants and is situated at an important traffic junction in northern Croatia. A generous pedestrian zone with numerous shopping facilities form the city center.

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Krk

Krk

Photo Tour on 24. June 2016
The Krk island belongs to one the largest islands of Croatia which is connected to the mainland by a bridge. The famous holiday destination offers numerous beaches and small towns from the middle age period. The cities to highlight are Krk, Vrbnik and Baška.

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Krka National Park

Foto Krka

Photo Tour on 23. June 2016
The Krka National Park is with its huge waterfalls 7 the most important natural attractions in Croatia. Hundreds more small waterfalls to explore on a long wooden bridge make natural hiking an experience. At the foot of the largest waterfall is even bathe allowed.

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Brac

Foto Brac

Photo Tour on 22. June 2016
Brac is an island in the Adriatic sea and lies just opposite of the metropolitan city Split, which is one off the biggest in Croatia. On the island there are numerous places to explore. Highlights are the Sutivan, Ložišća, Milna and Bol.

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Šibenik

Foto Sibenik

Photo Tour on 21. June 2016
Šibenik is one of the largest and well preserved middle age cities. The contemporary appearance exists around 600 years. The city is surrounded by the Krka national park and Kornati and several villages, which attract numerous visitors.

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Dubrovnik

Foto Dubrovnik

Photo Tour on 19. June 2016
Dubrovnik is considered as one off the most beautiful cities in the Mediterranean area and is also named the „Pearl of Adria“ on account of the cultural significance. A mighty city wall is surrounding the historic city center, which is completely conserved. Dubrovnik is among the most favorite tour destinations in Croatia – therefore it is advisable to explore the historic city center in the early mornings.

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Primosten

Foto Primosten

Photo Tour on 18. June 2016
The previous fishing village, Primosten, from the 16 century is located on a small island of the Adrian cost. The island is connected to a dam which can be reached on foot. Primosten is counted as the dry Cape according to its low rain falls.

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Karlovac

Foto Karlovac

Photo Tour on 04. June 2016
The four-river city of Karlovac is situated in the geographical center of Croatia and has more than 55.000 inhabitants. The star-shaped moat, which surrounds the historic center, has been converted into a spacious city park.

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Zadar

Foto Zadar

Photo tour on 29. May 2016
The seaport Zadar is located in southern Croatia and has more than 75,000 residents. In the historical city center remains of buildings from the Roman period can be to found. The numerous seaside resorts and parks make Zadar also a popular destination for tourists.

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Zagreb

Foto Zagreb

Photo tour on 22. May 2016
Zagreb is the capital and with almost one million inhabitants, the largest city in Croatia. After a heavy earthquake in 1880 the city was almost completely rebuilt. The historic old town was completed in the early 20th century and still dominates the town. For tourists, the city offers many attractions, shopping and attractive leisure opportunities in city parks.

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Maksimir Park in Zagreb

Foto Maksimir Park in Zagreb

Photo tour on 19. May 2016
The next photo series are again taken in Croatia. The first tour I have undertaken in the Maksimir Park in Zagreb.
The Maksimir Park in Zagreb with its 316 hectares is the largest and oldest city park in southern Europe. In the park a zoo, beer gardens and numerous ponds are located. In the Echo-Pavillion you can hear your own voice with time delay.

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