I’ve noticed that some of you have no clue about my country of origin, and I am entirely to blame for that, for posting all these pics of my travels and showing so little of my country and its capital where I live.
In the north of Croatia at about half hour drive from Zagreb there is a Baroque manor that was named after the forests of common oak that surround it. Yesterday the weather was nice and warm again so I visited Lužnica. Built in the 18th century the manor changed owners several times in its history. Today it belongs to a congregation of nuns that run a spiritual-educational centre in it. I did not go inside this time, but stayed in the park surrounding the castle trying to take photos of tiny frogs and water lilies. Frogs were too quick for my camera, and I can’t show you any pics, but here is a view of the manor from the park.