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Rijeka, Kvarner: Get a mask, eat your meat, hear the dong (by dong I mean bell)!

So, I got a text from a friend: “I went to mass on Sunday in Zagreb’s cathedral and I couldn’t focus, all I could think about were the casino’s chandeliers from your last post.” Distracting people from religion wasn’t my intention when I started writing about Zagreb and Croatia, but the damage is done, I guess. Continue reading Rijeka, Kvarner: Get a mask, eat your meat, hear the dong (by dong I mean bell)!