During winter, the sky above Zagreb is typically covered with clouds. Sometimes weeks, even months pass by without any direct sunlight, like some gray matter has taken over the city. Well, technically there has, and that gray matter are clouds.
This was actually an unplanned business trip. On Monday morning we got an e-mail saying that the whole sector is participating in a seminar in well known Bled School of Management. I knew that I probably wouldn’t have much time (we got a ton of business cases to study), but nevertheless, I brought a camera, which turned out to be a brilliant idea.
Fuzine is a village and a municipality in Gorski Kotar County, with the population of around 1500 people. It was built during the 17th century, when the Zrinski family opened an iron mine in this area.