Little walk through Dalmatia. (1930 - 1939)
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Dalmatia and the Balkans. "Calcareous rocks characterized by the Dalmatian coast.
It housed the ancient settlement of ancient Illyria.
In late Roman times this place was called the Salon Illyrian capital, the amount of which can be judged by the size of the graves. "
Mountains, wild grass, grazing sheep.
The ruins of the ancient city.
The ruins of the amphitheater.
The level of skill of the craftsmen of the settlement is estimated from surviving fragments of mosaics, bas-relief carving.
Various tools and objects made of stone, wood, ceramics, etc .: consistently shown objects found at the site of the settlement.
The ancient baptismal font.
In the Salon, as well as in other Roman cities, were baths - baths.
Showing ruins terms.
Burial places of people: coffins, gravestones with inscriptions.
General view of the ruins of the ancient city.
The fertile land of Dalmatia, the beauty of the river valley.
The ancient port city of Trogir, its types.
Tower of the Cathedral of the 13th century.
The streets, turrets and carved Gothic decoration on buildings.
Urban sculpture (lions).
Carved gate, the altar with candles. "The city is still standing in its original form, representing the culture of antiquity."
Gates, porches, stairs.
Key wordsItaly, 1930, the Balkans, the history of art, the ancient settlement, the ruins, sarcophagi, architecture, sculpture
The peasants are on the city streets.
Tiled roofs of houses, the quiet life of the town.
Baska ancient buildings.
Women bear fruit in baskets on their heads.
Loaded with baggage horses. "Many agricultural products coming from Trogir in the other cities in the world."
Peasant with the harvest.
Animals carry luggage.
Women are traded, weighed products, make purchases.
Portraits of peasants.
Sage - a valuable commodity exports.
Cleaning sage peasants.
Loading cargo on a ship with sage.
Transportation of cargo in bales on his head.
Another important article of commerce - insecticides.
Collection, preparation, peretirka, grinding the insecticidal powder.
Barrels labeled "product of Yugoslavia" are sent to Hamburg.
The main items of export Dalmatia - sardines.
Fishermen trawl catch on shore.
Fishing at night with lamps net.
Processing before export is made on the spot.
Women are sorted and cleaned the fish, put in hand drums, then put on a special lattice in smokehouses.
Manufacture of cans, roll up the cans of sardines.
Women Dalmatian spun wool in the old way.
Shown wool on a spinning wheel closeup.
Girls sorted nuts. "In the evenings the residents of Dalmatia drink a good homemade wine!".
The men sitting at the table.
Boat on the water.
The city of Split, which grew out of Diocletian's Palace.
Big ship runs along the pier.
Sights of the city.
Ancient columns in the middle of the later buildings.
Split as a place of special attention of tourists.
Mooring, boats on the waves, the locals.
Strolling adults and children.
Key wordsItaly, 1930, peasants, architecture, agriculture, pets, market, medicinal plants, the merchant navy, fishing, textiles, weaving, crafts, ancient settlements