Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Luxury Resort in Kupari, Croatia [17 Pics]

Feb 28 2013

Once considered to be the best luxury resort of Yugoslavia, it now sits untouched for nearly 20 years. Dmitri Korobtsov captured this location perfectly, the weather and the setting couldn't be any better.

This resort was built in the second half of the 20th century and ended up costing the Yugoslav government nearly a billion dollars of military funding. Its purpose was to house high ranking officers from the Yugoslav People's Army and their families.

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

In 1991, the resort was captured by Serb forces during the Croatian war of independence. Resort was mostly ruined by frigates and attack boats during the conflict and all of the valuables were looted. Since then the resort has remained as is.

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Many locals still enjoy coming to the area as it's considered to have the best beaches in the country.

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

Abandoned Resort in Kupari, Croatia

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