Trsat (Italian: Tersatto, Latin: Tarsatica) is a part of the city of Rijeka, Croatia. It has a historic castle or fortress in a strategic location and several historic churches. Trsat is a steep hill, 138 m high, rising over the gorge of the Rječina river, about a kilometre away from the sea. It was strategically significant from the earliest times right up to the 17th century. Today it is a major Croatian Christian pilgrimage centre and home to a statue of Pope John Paul II who came to Trsat as a Pilgrim in 2003.
Because of this post, I had to postpone a new WebAutoIQ post that was scheduled for tomorrow. I plan to upload the new car in the following days. Also, I would like to announce a post (photo gallery like this one) from the city (also from Rijeka), so stay tuned!
I had no problem entering this cemetery in Stenjevec, considering the fact it is located a couple of minutes of walking from the main road. It doesn’t have any fences, you just walk into the cemetery. It isn’t, what you call, a big cemetery. There are a dozen of graves, all abandoned and in very bad shape. Just on few graves I’ve noticed that someone visits them. There were candles and flowers there. This is an Old catholic cemetery, placed on the perfect place.
Opel Mokka photographed for AutoIQ Magazine (check it tomorrow, May 8th 2013, for a full road test). When presented, Opel got more than 40,000 orders for Mokka, which proves that the new SUV was an instant hit, especially in Germany, UK, Italy, France and Russia. This compact SUV follows Opel’s design guidelines from the lastest generation of the Astra, which looks pretty good. Mokka is not just a “looker”, it’s also capable of low demanding off-road.