The island of Goli Otok in Croatia was used as a high-security, top secret prison and labour camp run by the authorities of the former Yugoslavia under Tito. The story of the island has been well documented in recent years and Josip Zoretic's autobiography, Hell In The Adriatic tells the story of his imprisonment there.
The island was abandoned in 1989 and has been left untouched since then, creating a uniquely atmospheric view of what life must have been like for an 'enemy' of a Communist state. The island can be visited today on day trips from the nearby holiday island of Rab. I visited the island in the summer of 2013 and took these photos...