This floating castle appears to be from an enchanted fable, but in actuality it is Europe's best preserved Renaissance water castle.
Croatia’s Krka River slices over smooth limestone hills through a landscape punctuated by gorges, caves, lakes, and cascading waterfalls that possess an otherworldly beauty. Krka’s national park features two monasteries, a Byzantine church, and an ancient Roman catacomb marked by first-century graffiti—and this pancake hut. Nothing could better complement this marriage of natural wonder and sweeping history than Croatian pancakes. Seekers of a fluffy short stack be warned: these palačinkes are similar to thin French crêpes.
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cardinalvirtue Pancakes are called “palačinke” in Serbo-Croatian and they’re definitely a must-try for anyone visiting the Balkans
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