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April 2022
Osijek is a city located in easter Croatia, in the historical land of Slavonia, upon the river Drawa. The history of the museum dates all the way back to Roman times, when a military settlement called Mursa existed here. The city was first mentioned under the name Osijek in 1196. For centuries it fulfilled the...
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When most people think of a perfect summer vacation, they usually think of going to the beach to enjoy swimming or sunbathing. Croatia has plenty of beaches, many of which are considered some of the most gorgeous in the world. This is a perfect country for anyone searching for a charming place to relax and...
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1. Lokrum Island The travel time to this beautiful island will take you approximately 10 minutes. This island is rich in numerous monuments and natural values, which attracts many tourists. Moreover with this place many legends are associated. One of them tells about Richard the Lion-Heart who took the oath to build a church on...
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Croatia is a country than can be admired from various perspectives. Some people come here to relax on the sandy beaches, other want to discover the country’s historical monuments. There are also those who want to admire the beauty of nature. For those who are interested in that last option, Croatia can offer plenty of...
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Croatia is quickly becoming one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, and for good reason. This country offers plenty of breathtaking views to admire and historical monuments to explore. Everyone os sure to find something they will enjoy in Croatia. But when you’re planning a vacation in this wonderful country, you’ll probably want...
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UNESCO is a specialized organization of the United Nations with the purpose of supporting the international cooperation in terms of culture, art and science. UNESCO is best known for creating its World Cultural Heritage List, which highlights various monuments of cultural an historical value. One of the countries that has plenty of UNESCO Sites is...
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Omis is a city in Croatia, located 21 kilometers away from Split, at the mouth of the Cetina river, which created a canyon at the foothills of the Mosor rocky massif. Between the 7th and 11th century, this town was located at the northern border of the territory of the tribal Slavic country of Naretans....
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When most people think of Croatia, they usually think of historical cities, such as Dubrovnik, Split and Trogir, or the gorgeous landscapes, which served as a setting for „Game of Thrones”. But this country is also an excellent place to do various sports. In this article, we will tell you about some of the most...
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Sibenik is a city in Croatia, which was first mentioned in 1066 in the statute of king Petar Kresimir IV. Unlike other Dalmatian cities established by Illyrians, Greeks or Romans, Sibenik is the oldest birth town of the Croatians at the eastern coast of the Adriatic. Similarly to other parts of Dalmatia, this city resisted...
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Trogir is a harbor town located at the coast of the Adriatic Sea, in central Dalamtia. It was established in the 3rd century B.C. by Greek colonists from the island of Issa, From that moment on, Trogir became a meaningul harbor. The Old Town of Trogir was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in...
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Croatia is a country with numerous islands, some of which are currently enhabited. These islands are heaven on earth, which everyone should visit at least once. According to recent online data, the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea has nearly 700 islands, about 340 islets and almost 80 reefs, which makes the Croatian archipelago the...
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Pula is a city in Croatia, located at the southern edge of the Istria Peninsula at the Adriatic Sea. Between the 5th century B.C and the year 177 B.C., the area of Pula was inhabited by Illyrians, who were later replaced by Romans. Nowadays, Pula is a very interesting city with plenty of attractions to...
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Dubrovnik is a city in Croatia, located in southern Dalmatia, at the Adriatic Sea. In recent times, it became famous for being the filming location of the iconic tv show „Game of Thrones”. But even if you’re not a passionate fan of this series, the city of Dubrovnik still has plenty to offer for all...
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