Historic Lošinj

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Hotel-Restaurant Szalay, Early 20th Century

In the early 20th century, Stefan Szalay of Esztergom, Hungary, a carpenter by profession, came to Veli Lošinj with his wife Ana, who was originally from Graz, and opened the first hotel-restaurant in a street that has until recently been referred to as Szalay Street among older residents. 
  • _Veli Lošinj

Old olive mill for olives - Torać

In today’s age of modern olive oil extraction you can see the traditional methods of olive processing at the Ćunski olive mill (local name Torać) which still uses a traditional press, the same one that was used over a 100 years ago.

The Nerezine port

The Nerezine port increasingly developed between the 18th and 19th centuries, as a consequence of the consolidation of activities related to the sea, such as fishing and above all, sea traffic and trade.
  • _Nerezine
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