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Jadran Hotel

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The Jadran Hotel was one of the socialist Yugoslavia’s first hotel. It represents the Tito’s favorite architecture. The hotel was built in 1950 and we found it in a beautiful place on the coast, situated on the coast along the beach. After the war, the hotel was used as a refugee shelter. The property was vacated four years later, and after it was difficult to reopen the place without a lot of renovations. The hotel was completely abandoned in the 1990s.

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