Picture book for "The Historian"

Vampire travels across Europe

Ottoman Turks and the Dalmatian coast

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From Chapter 18

The Turks held this land for a long,long time”,my father mused,”Their invasions involved all kinds of cruelty,but they ruled rather tolerantly,as empires go,once they had conquered – and efficiently to for hundreds of years.This is pretty barren land,but it gave them control of the sea.They needed these ports and bays”

Although the Historian doesn’t specify the exact location there are plenty of choices as the coast is rugged, with lovely Islands, lots of history and very beautiful.

The picture below is Mali Ston courtesy of the Hit Maker

Mali Ston - Dalmatian coast

and then this image from minikti

Dalmatian coast


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Written by Gillian

August 22, 2011 at 12:22 pm

Posted in Chapter 18

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  1. 54 years ago I visited Jablanac on the Adriatic sea witch has a beautiful ‘ round’ harbourbay and got on a boat to the Isle Rab…..the ‘ferry was made of to fishingboats tied together and provided with wooden planks to make a floor for our car….on the Island we stayed in the house of the boats-captain because we were the only who could speak Englisch…..I am Dutch…

    R. van Minnen

    March 8, 2018 at 9:07 am

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