Leave it to RJ Evans over at Kuriositas to teach me, and I'm sure all of you, something new about the Great Wall. It's not the Great Wall of China I'm speaking of, but The Great Wall of Croatia. It's positively medieval at first glance and now I know why, as it dates to the 15th century.
Ston and its neighboring village of Mali Ston have a secret which is visible to all. Connecting the two is a simply amazing wall, more than five kilometers in length. The walls circle the village of Ston and then climb up the hill to reach the Pozvizd Fortress. They then follow a narrow strip of land (an isthmus) to meet with the walls of the village of Mali Stan.Read This Article :The Great Wall of Croatia via Kuriositas