Prosciutto, "bunja" and "suhozid"
Bunja is a stone-built shelter for occasional use by farmers and sheepherders who hide in them during bad weather. Bunja is usually circular in shape with a dome, and experts agree that most of them were built in the 19th century and in the first half of the 20th century. They are small, construction technique is very simple, and the material is completely natural. In addition to shelters, let’s mention the symbols of architecture of Dalmatia, the so-called „suhozidi“- dry stone walls, which are common in the Drniš area.
Drniš area is especially known for Drniš prosciutto. The special quality of Drniš prosciutto is the result of micro-climatic specificities of the area and the influence of the cold north wind, called “bura”.Traces of pig farming in Drniš date from about 1500 year B.C., and the first reliable data on the prosciutto production in this area are written in the Šibenik Statute in the 14th century.
DALMATIA - ŠIBENIK
So many things on one place...
City of two famous Croatian artists Arsen Dedić and Vice Vukov, a city where we filmed one of best Croatian black comedy with war theme “How the War Started on My Island”, a city with more kilometers of Old Town than Dubrovnik, a city with four beautiful fortress overlooking to beautiful Medeiteran…Šibenik is a city you need to discover!
“Make sure the camera and battery are fully charged because this place is very picturesque and quiet. Give it all the day to explore it – enjoy and absorbed all the beauty. “
Gods had mercy as they drew this area; from the National park of the river Krka, its rocky surroundings, waterfalls and the islet Visovac, on which the Franciscans monastery found its setting, to the canyon of the river Krka, where the oldest orthodox monastery is situated; from the picturesque vineyards of Primošten to the National park Kornati looking like the white tears spread on the blue sea.
Sedra, the fundamental phenomenon of NP Krka, is a common phenomenon in the Dinaric karst. surface currents. Sedra, from the water, the precipitated stone accumulating on seducters (moss, algae, etc.) creates different geomorphological shapes.