Kažuni, komarde, bunje, cemeri, hiske, koca or trullo - Traditional stone-built field huts, Kažuni are found in Istria, and were once used as a storehouse for tools, to provide shelter in bad weather or for a rest when working in the fields planting or harvesting. Its miniature model makes a charming souvenir.
A bottle of Maraschino liqueur
|This famous liqueur gets its distinctive flavour from the Marasca cherries grown in the region of Zadar. Believed to have medicinal powers, the recipe was first recorded in the 16th century by monks. In the 18th century it was widely exported from Zadar and gained fame and appreciation as the drink of choice of many kings and famous men like Napoleon Bonaparte and Casanova. It is a registered authentic Croatian souvenir, produced in straw-coated bottles.|
Bosnia and Herzegovina is full of very interesting, mysterious tombstone monuments called stechak.
Near the city of Mostar, in Jasenica (south of building a new prison), there are several examples tombstones.
The little collection is in Jasenica (Mostar) in Herzegovina