Good morning! 50 shades of blue by @dreamsandpassport
This increasingly popular tourist destination had its ‘official’ beginning in the year 300AD. In that year the Emperor Diocletian began the construction of his palace here, which combined the elements of an imperial villa, a Hellenistic city and a Roman military fort. However, there are archaeological findings attesting to a more ancient history of Split.
The historical centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1979, and the number of annual tourists is steadily increasing.
Beautiful Imotski by @dorjan_#football at the Bottom of a Lake? Sure.
Where there is a Red Lake, there must be a #bluelake. That really is the case. Once you come to Imotski, don’t pass up the opportunity to visit both lakes because they’re quite phenomenal. While the Red Lake is a true speleological phenomenon, the Blue Lake is more of a social one – during the summer, the lake becomes a favourite promenade and swimming spot for the locals from #imotski and the neighbouring towns. The water is extremely blue in colour, and the level oscillates throughout the year. In the spring it is almost 100 meters deep, while in late autumn it is completely dry, so they play football at the bottom of it. If you like to swim in unusual places and/or if you like to play soccer in unusual places, then we’ll see you in Imotski, by the Blue Lake.