In the middle of the thousands of islands of the Croatian coast, Bavljenac, an islet of derisory size, stands out for its large number of walls. These dry stone walls, typical of the Mediterranean, give the island a unique and singular aspect.
Arnold Böcklin was a Swiss painter who lived half of his life in Italy. He’s the principal representative of German symbolism, due to his most famous painting Die Tetoeninsel (Isle of the Dead). The particularity being that he painted five versions of it within seven years.