Krapina Travel Blog› entry 4 of 24 › view all entries
July 11th, 2008 – by: cneoridium
But... the museum decided to close early that day. We snuck around and checked out the area and a bizarre sculpture garden with mostly large, wooden abstract pieces commissioned by artists from around the world for the site during Yugoslav times. Croatia's funny like that, sometimes things are open, sometimes not.
Finally, I reverted to my old standby for taking pictures in any town (Zvonka rolling her eyes.
One headstone had me mesmerized- somehow lines of script floated a couple feet out from the black granite slab, projected by the late afternoon sun. We searched the headstone and gravetop without finding any obvious source for the floating script, just the family name and dates in large engraved lettering on the tombstone, along with a portrait of the man. The letters appear on an angle, Star Wars style, but are difficult to make out in the photo.
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