By Alexandra Dittrich

How perfect is this entryway in Perast, Montenegro?

Michelle Siu shares her journey with us, and the unique places she stumbled across.

"In July 2016, we took a road trip through several countries that made up the former Yugoslavia.  Here are some of the pictures of this amazing trip."

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The courtyard in our hotel in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina had roses, hydrangeas and kiwi vine (growing as a canopy to shade from the hot afternoon sun).

Right outside our hotel in Rovinj, Croatia.

Many of the medieval towns do not have a lot of space to garden but they do a lovely job with the limited space they have.  The pictures below were taken in the town of Groznjan, Croatia.

Well-tended tombstones in a graveyard behind a small church in the Julian Alps, Slovenia.

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