Scattered around Croatian coastline, small houses called kazuni are numbered in hundreds. They are made from dried stone, the same material used for construction of distinctive small walls in the area. In distant past, kazuni were used by local population as storages for agricultural tools. They were also cozy hideouts for shepherds and farmers during sudden rains.
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