Something new in the works for the gorgeous island of Šipan in the extreme south of Dalmatia.
Croatia’s islands are a sure way to get transported into the past and turn the clock back a few decades, especially in winter. While beautiful and alluring to every man and his dog, they don’t always have everything one might expect (and indeed require) that they’re used to when back on the mainland. One of those things is adequate lighting.
As Morski writes on the 1st of September, 2019, work is still ongoing on the installation of brand new modern public lighting in the area of Priježba in Šipanska Luka, on the island of Šipan which makes up part of the Elaphite (Elafiti) islands which lie just north of the popular City of Dubrovnik.
A total of ten new pillars will be installed in this Šipan location, equipped with LED lamps on a section which stretches to about 280 metres long. The works should be completed in early September, and the total investment stands at around 250,000.00 kuna, with VAT included.
The works are being carried out in accordance with the annual plan for the investment maintenance of the public lighting system of the administrative department for communal services and the local self-government unit of the City of Dubrovnik, which is responsible for Šipanska Luka on the island of Šipan.
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