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The beauty of Dubrovnik - a photo essay

Dubrovnik hidden gems - Project We Travel
Those who seek paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik and find it
— George Bernard Shaw
The sea view - Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
The sea view - Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
Streets of Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
Medieval and Baroque splendour on the Adriatic...
— The Telegraph
Dubrovnik city walls - Project We Travel
People in Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
Remarkably unchanged over the centuries, you’ll see touches strictly controlled to maintain the town’s historic authenticity.
— Laurel Munshower, Condé Nast Traveller
Tourists in Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
Little streets of Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
This gorgeous, historic city on the Dalmatian Coast has recently become a feast for more than just the eyes
— DAVID FARLEY, The New York Times
Terrace in Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
Lost cat in Dubrovnik - Project We Travel
Love in Dubrovnik - Project: We Travel

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A pretty Croatian village - photo essay

Slow travel is not about checking off a bucket list destination, but rather discovering the heart and soul of the culture. Allow time in your schedule to get lost and meander the side streets. The authentic experience will always be discovered off the beaten path.
— Brianne Dela Cruz | illumecoblog.com
Pretty Croatian village | Project We Travel
Pretty Croatian village | Project We Travel
Everywhere, people are discovering that doing things more slowly often means doing them better and enjoying them more. It means living life instead of rushing through it.
— Carl Honore
Pretty Croatian village | Project We Travel
Pretty Croatian village | Project We Travel
Enjoy every sunset, take a walk, inhale, exhale and wait for magic. It will happen!
— Sandra Roce, @salty_air
Pretty Croatian village | Project We Travel
For some people, slow travel can mean a slower pace and a looser itinerary. For others, it’s more about sustainability or about immersing yourself into local life and taking part in everyday activities.
— Dee / Vanilla Papers blog
Pretty Croatian village | Project We Travel

PHOTO ESSAY - Vienna

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I really like the city of Vienna. I like its art, its music and its architecture. In short, I like the culture that Vienna represents. What really captures me is the period around 1900 - the time of Freud, Schnitzler and Klimt. This is the period in which the modern view of mind was born.
— Eric Kandel, neurobiologist, Nobel Prize-winner
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“Vienna wasn’t just a city, it was a tone that either one carries forever in one’s soul or one does not. It was the most beautiful thing in my life... Vienna in winter and spring. The allés in Schönbrunn... Morning ridings in the Prater. I remember all of it exactly, and I wanted to see it again...
— Sándor Márai, writer and journalist
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The streets of Vienna are paved with culture, the streets of other cities with asphalt.
— Karl Kraus, writer and journalist
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Vienna is a handsome, lively city, and pleases me exceedingly.
— Frederic Chopin, composer and virtuoso pianist
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