It's Thursday, June 8th and the summer season is well on its way.
We continue looking at Split in history with the help of the Facebook group Split kroz povijest.
On Earth Day, students, citizens, and scientists around the world are filling the streets to march behind the importance of science and research.
Today we continue our look at Split in history with arguably the most famous waterfront promenade in Croatia, the Split Riva.
A little bura didn't stop anyone this morning...
To be honest, not so much different...
After a week of sunshine and (almost) t-shirt weather, Split was hit hard over the night and through the morning with rain, thunder, and lightning. While the rain finally stopped around 9am this morning, a cold wind picked up which left the normal weekend Riva coffee-goers indoors.
Our Split Riva can be enjoyed as one of the most picturesque settings in the city; palm trees line the Adriatic, cafes permeate the smells of coffee through the air, and perhaps, most importantly, Brasserie on 7 has the front row seat.
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