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White Gold of Ston

Built on the model of Dubrovnik, Ston can boasts the longest stone wall in Europe incredible 5.5 kilometers long.

This Croatian sea town is located in Dubrovnik – Neretva County, and its history dates back to the distant Middle Ages and early 14th century. Built on the model of Dubrovnik, Ston can boasts the longest stone wall in Europe, incredible 5.5 kilometers long. Also known as the City of salt, it used to have great value because of the white gold which he abounds and we can recall the period 14th and 15th century, when the exchange of kilo of salt per kilo of gold was commonly. Today he owns sections of the oldest active salt pant in the world, which still, from ancient times, produces salt in a traditional and natural way.

And so that you may wish to visit this magical town we bring you some cadre of his stone, charm and salt production process 🙂

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