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Andrija Mohorovicic 1857-1936 great Croatian scientist discoverer of the MOHO discontinuity in Earth's crust
The MOHO is the boundary between the crust and the mantle in the Earth. This is a depth where seismic waves change velocity and there is also a change in chemical composition. Also termed the Mohorovičić discontinuity after the Croatian seismologist Andrija Mohorovičić (1857-1936) who discovered it. The boundary is between 25 and 60 km deep beneath the continents and between 5 and 8 km deep beneath the ocean floor. The discovery of MOHO is one of the greatest achievements in the history of Croatian science. Andrija Mohorovičić was born in the town of Volosko on the northern part Croatian coast.

Frok Zefi Catholic priest, historian and publicist in Croatia
Besides his regular duties in his parish, Don Frok Zefi (on the photo) is very active as a historian and publicist. Till now he has published about a dozen of books and monographs, most of them in Zagreb and Osijek, and some of them printed in Albanian as well. No doubt, the greatest Albanian in history was legenedary Mother Teresa, educated as a girl by Croatian Jesuits. The greatest expert in the history of Albanians was distinguished Croatian scientist and polyglot Milan pl. Šufflay (1879-1931).

Zed Seselja's maiden speech to the Australian Senate
Video of the speech prepared by newly elected ACT Liberal Senator Zed Seselja for his maiden speech in Australia's Federal Parliament. He was elected to the Australian Senate in the Australian federal elections held on 7 September 2013.

Arsen Anton Ostojic wins in St. Louis and has been nominated for an Oscar for a third time
Both Arsen and his new Oscar nominated feature film "Halima’s Path" were awarded during the 22nd St. Louis International Film Festival, held from November 14th to 24th. Arsen received the Contemporary Cinema Award, which honors mid-career filmmakers doing challenging and innovative work. This is the third time that one of Arsen's films will represent Croatia for the Oscars; his previous two films - "A Wonderful Night in Split" and "No One's Son" were both Croatia's official entries for an Academy Award.

Bijeli Put - White Path 10-26 December 1993 the greatest humanitarian action in European History
Dr. Slobodan Lang is one of initators of White Path / Bijeli Put humanitarian project. Bijeli Put 1993 is the greatest humanitarian project in European History. It is the first and only successful joint humanitarian project of Catholic Christians and Muslims. In December 2013 the 20 years since the White Path has been solmenly marked in the building of the Council of the City of Zagreb.

Latica Anić, Kristina Winiarski and Vid Veljak soloists with the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in Germany 2013
Latica Anić (Croatia), Kristina Winiarski (Sweden) and Vid Veljak (Croatia) are among the most gifted students of maestro Valter Dešpalj, distinguished professor of violoncello at the Academy of Music of the University of Zagreb. They had a privilege to be elected among nine out of about hundred participants of masterclasses in Rutesheim, Germany, as soloists  for the final concert with the internationally known Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in November 2013. Among the former students of maestro Dešpalj is Luka Šulić, a member of globally known 2 CELLOS.

Max Emanuel Cencic world class countertenor singer recipient of the Diapason d'or award in Paris 2013
Max Emanuel Cencić, Croatian countertenor, "great amongst great", is recipient of the award Diapason d'or (Golden Diapason) for 2013. It is an important recognition to the spectacular singing career of this former singer of the famous Wiener Sanger Knaben (Vienna Boy's Choir). It is interesting that Mr. Cencić is not the first Croatian recipient of Diapason d'or, it was already won by Katarina Livljanić with her Ensemble Dialogos in 2004.

Croatian events in Argentina 2013: Buenos Aires Celebra Croacia, Klapa Kastav, Chaco, etc.
  Joza Vrljičak sent us numerous video recordings and photos concerning the Croatian Day celebrated in Argentinean capital Buenos Aires, in November 2013. It is estmated that there are about 300,000 citizens of Croatian origin in Argentina. Croatian community in Argentina is very active, espeically in the field of culture. Numerous Croatinas contributed in various ways to the prestige and wellbeing of Argentina. Probably the best known among them is Juan (Ivan) Vucetich 1858-1925, the father of the scientific dactiloscopy, that is, of identification by fingerprints.

It's not a Velvet but a Snowflake Revolution
Why a Snowflake? Simple. A snowflake is innocent, unique, gentle and clean, just like the vast majority of us. A snowflake is a child's joy just like we all want to be joy and pride for our children because we did something for their future. But a snowflake upon snowflake, though gentle, can become a deep snow and an avalanche. Then they have a power that cannot be ignored. Croatian Hamed Bangoura started a non-violent Snowflake Revolution on Facebook, asking for fundamental change in a Croatian political arena. They expect over 50.000 snowflakes in 48 hours. Democracy by example.

Ana Vidovic classical guitar prodigy interviewed for Guitar Artistry
Ana Vidović was born in Croatia, and began performing in her native city of Karlovac at the age of 8. By the age of 11 she was performing internationally, and at 13 became the youngest student to attend the prestigious National Musical Academy of the University of Zagreb, where she studied with Professor Istvan Romer. Vidović's reputation in Europe led to an invitation to study at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, U.S., with Manuel Barrueco, from where she graduated in May 2003. Here we provide an interview for Guitar Artistry, and several of her recordings.

Zamba to compete at the 30th International Blues Challenge in Memphis in January 21-25, 2014
Croatian Blues band Zamba (left) is an entrant for the 30th International Blues Challenge where musicians from around the world will be competing for for cash, prizes, and industry recognition. The Blues Foundation will present the 30th International Blues Challenge January 21-25, 2014 in Memphis, Tennessee. The world's largest gathering of Blues acts represents an international search by The Blues Foundation and its affiliated organizations.

Ivana Kunc's new sophisticated CD entitled KUNC PLAYS KUNC dedicated to her father Bozidar
  We are very pleased to announce Ivana Kunc's new and very sophisticated musical project on CD entitled KUNC PLAYS KUNC, dedicated to her father Božidar Kunc, distinguished Croatian pianist and composer, who spent the last fourteen years of his life in the United States. His beloved and noble wife DeElda Kunc b. Fiebelkorn, a gifted poetess, passed away in 2013.

Vukovar is an indelible part of European and World History
In this article we have collected some of the songs and verses dedicated to the tragic destiny of the city of Vukovar and its citizens. The destiny of numerous victims is still not known. This Baroque city on the Danube river was savagely destroyed in 1991.

Zoran Orlic captures the band Trampled By Turtles in a new book
Croatian-American photographer Zoran Orlic (left) was given the opportunity to capture the band "Trampled by Turtles" as they performed their 10th anniversary concert in Minneapolis earlier this year. Those photos which feature candid backstage shots as well as explosive onstage moments have been collected in a book commemorating the event. The book goes on sale in November and is limited to 1,000 copies. Pre-order your copy today!

How do Croatians Communicate? By David Byler 8th Generation Croatian-American
"How do Croatians Communicate" is a vital topic for many of us. Croatian musicians, poets, artists, politicians, preachers, and marketing people of all varieties, no less than those from any culture or from any ethnicity, are communicators. Our success depends on persistent and pervasive communication. A song heard only by a few birds in the forest, as pleasant and appreciative an audience as they may seem to be, is somehow unsatisfying to us. Our satisfaction is not derived from the wealth or power that our communication might yield but about our "voice" being heard and perhaps eliciting a response from our audience.

Lorde an authentic new music star on a horizon
Ella Yelich-O'Connor, known by her stage name Lorde, is a New Zealand singer-songwriter. She released her first EP The Love Club, in March 2013 and her first single "Royals" in June 2013. Her début album Pure Heroine was released in September 2013. Yelich-O'Connor was born in Auckland, New Zealand on 7 November 1996 to an Irish father and Croatian mother Sonja Yelich, a prize-winning poet.

Nenad Bach's life in America is described in a film called "Everything is Forever"
Home Team Productions has nearly completed the documentary film about Nenad's life in America called "Everything is Forever" and is directed by Victor Zimet and produced by Stephanie Silber. Congratulations to Nenad for being selected as an advisor for the State Office for Croatians Abroad! Advisors will assist in the creation and execution of activities pertaining to Croatians who live outside of the Republic of Croatia. The band will be performing at Percolator Coffeehouse next Sunday, November 10, 2013 starting at 7:00 p.m. HRT 1 will be rebroadcasting the band's concert at Lisinski Hall on Monday November 4, 2013 at 6:20 New York time.  You can watch the live stream at .

Queen of Croatians Chapel on the mount of Medvednica near Zagreb celebrates 80th birthday
In 2013 the Chapel of Mother Mary of Sljeme near Zagreb, also known as the Queen of Croatians, solemnly celebrated 80 years since it has been built. The Holy Mass  was served in September 2013 by cardinal Josip Bozanić, the Zagreb Archbishop. In October 2013 an interesting mass has been served by F. Josip Rožmarić, SJ, and by Rev. Oleh Hirnyk, Greek-Catholic priest from the city of Lviv, Ukraine; see the photo.

Ivana Marija Vidovic representing her native city of Dubrovnik and Croatia in Italy as a pianist and poet
Ivana Marija Vidović, distinguished Croatian pianist and poet born in the city of Dubrovnik, is a frequent guest in Italy. On the other hand, as a profound connoisseur of Italian culture, she was nominated in 2010 as an Ambassador of Italian culture in Croatia. In October 2013 she had two recitals and a master class at the Conservatory of  Antonio Vivaldi in Alessandria, with emphasis on the opus of Croatian pianist Dora Pejačević. During the 2013 PianoMasters Festival in Lombardia in Palazzo Gallio, she was playing Mozart, Granados and Dore Pejačević, while during the break her verses have been recited by Italian actor Claudio Milani. At the end Ivana recited the verses in original Croatian language.

IN2 - the largest Croatian IT company founded by Ante Mandic
Mr. Ante Mandić and his IN2 Group’s IT solutions have received worldwide acknowledgments, and their software solutions have won the highest recognitions. In London, March 13 2013, IN2 Group won a prestigious annual European IT & Software Excellence Award for its software products in the category Government Solution of the Year. In Houston, Texas, in July 2013, IN2 Group won the world Microsoft Partner of the Year Award in the category of Public Sector Partner of the Year – Public Safety/National Security, which Microsoft Corp. grants every year in various categories.

Tina Mihelic from Split Croatia is the 2013 Radial Laser World Sailing Champion
Tina Mihelić is the 2013 world champion in sailing in the category of Radial Laser. This is for the first time in history that a Croatian sportswoman won such a title. The competition took place in China, and she won in front of the girls from Denmark and the USA. Originaly from a very nice Croatian coastal town of Kostrena, she now lives in the city of Split. This is one of great achievements of Croatian sports. Congratulations to Tina and to her YC Labud (i.e., Swan) in the city of Split. The yacht club was founded in 1924.

Ante Glibota Croatian historian of Art published a monograph about Chinese painter Yin Yang in Bejing
Ante Glibota: "...Through his visual work, Yin Yang appears through this book’s pages as a crusher of immaterial, divine and earthly ideas, and imposes himself by the gesture’s apotheosis, and in the reconciliation of the human, philosophical and spiritual values, unifying the whole in tonalities that unveil the simplicity and the colorimetrical richness of the light’s surface. The spirit and the soul are thus transported toward an imaginary that opens up the way towards unattainable issues. ..."  We congratulate Mr. Ante Glibota for his very nice 2013 monograph published by Delight Edition. Mr. Glibota is distinguished Croatian historian of art and architecture, living in Paris and Shanghai, and a titular member of the European Academy of Arts, Sciences and Letters in France.

Brian Krzanich Intel CEO leads an organization of more than 100,000 employees
Brian Krzanich is the chief executive of  INTEL, the world’s biggest maker of semiconductors. Mr. Krzanich will create an Intel markedly different from the past: "We have amazing assets, tremendous talent, and an unmatched legacy of innovation and execution." Brian is a strong leader with a passion for technology and deep understanding of the business. As chief operating officer, Krzanich led an organization of more than 50,000 employees spanning Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group, Intel Custom Foundry, NAND Solutions group, Human Resources, Information Technology and Intel's China strategy. Mr. Krzanich has Croatian roots.

Jolijn Ceelen from the Netherlands learning Croatian Glagolitic Script with her father Mart in Sv. Filip i Jakov
Ms. Jolijn Ceelen is a very young and gifted painter and designer from the Netherlands (Nijmegen), and her father Mart (Schijndel) is interested in painting as well. In September 2013 they decided to participate in the Fourth Glagolitic Workshop organized by the Society of Glagolites of Zadar, founded in 2012, in order to learn the basics of the exotic Croatian Glagolitic Script. The literature writen using this amazing script during the past centuries (from the 10th century till today) is surprisingly rich. The Ceelen's arrived to Croatia for the first time, and shared their fascination with other participants of the Glagolitic Workshop.

Adriatic Wonder: the Work of Davor Vukovic at the Broadway Gallery in New York City October 16th – 29th 2013
Broadway Gallery is proud to announce an exhibition featuring the new work of Davor Vukovic. His most recent and largest paintings (300×300 cm) are to be shown in the artist’s second one-man exhibition at New York’s Broadway Gallery in October 2013. Although they depict the sea, islands, and submarine landscapes in tones of dark blue and indigo, they also reflect the sky, the infinity of the space, and the moving of myriads of stars and galaxies. The work involves reflections of dark and light sky with the bottom of the sea on the surface and in the deep water.

Galley walk through of David Maljkovic's exhibition at Metro Pictures in New York City October 12, 2013
A gallery walk-through of David Maljkovic's current exhibition at Metro Pictures is being sponsored by Ikon Arts Foundation. Walk through begins at 3:15 p.m. on Saturday October 12, 2013. The show presents an animation, film installation, sound works and display forms, along with collaged inkjet prints mounted on aluminum and a slide projection.

2Cellos Fall 2013 USA Tour

Young Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, known as 2CELLOS, achieved sensational success by taking the cello to a new level and breaking the boundaries between different genres of music. Their unique cello version of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” took the world by storm. They are touring the USA in October and November 2013. Check to see if they are coming to your town!

Phil Boskovich, King of Onions, descendant of Croatian immigrants, dies in 2013 at the age of 97
Boskovich was born in Los Angeles in 1915 to Croatian immigrants. After graduating from North Hollywood High School in 1933, he joined his father, Stjepan, on the family’s small farm, according to a release from the company. His brother Joe, cofounder of the company, died in 2008. Today, Boskovich Farms grows produce on more than 15,000 acres in California and Mexico and employs more than 500 people in Ventura County.

Jakov Sedlar, distinguished Croatian filmmaker: Who wants to kill Yulia Tymoshenko?
  FILMIND Tel Aviv & Coppola film London presents: Who wants to kill Yulia Tymoshenko? directed by Jakov Sedlar, distinguished Croatian filmmaker.

Miro Gavran's plays to be premiered in capitals of Poland, Brazil and Latvia in October 2013
If you are in Brazil's capital Sao Paulo, Poland's capital Warsaw, or Latvia's capital Riga this month (October 2013), you can see one of three premieres by Miro Gavran, the most prolific contemporary Croatian playwright, that will happen in these cities. The titles of respective plays are "My Wife's Husband" in Poland, and "All About Men" in Latvia and Brazil. Gavran's plays have been translated into more than thirty languages worldwide.

Tajci's landmark 1,000th Concert to be held on October 26, 2013
There are not many, if any, politicians, actors, or singers who have spent 13 years staying in people’s homes and getting to know the real American spirit closeup and personal. Interestingly, this has been the unique experience of international singer, Tajci [TYchi], her American husband Matthew Cameron, and their three sons which inspired her new album “Awaken” to be performed at her landmark 1,000th concert on October 26 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

NFCA Alert: Croat Bosnian Census Requirement October 1-15, 2013

The National Federation of Croatian Americans alerts all Croat Bosnians living in the United States, in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), and around the world to register in early October for the first national census in twenty-two years.  It is important for all Croatian Americans with Bosnian dual citizenship and/or Bosnian citizenry to register for the census to ensure that Croats will remain one of the three constituent peoples of BiH - according to the Dayton Peace Accords – and NOT fall into minority status. 

Pianist Javor Bračić makes solo debut at Carnegie Hall on October 22, 2013
Since his arrival in the USA in 2009, Javor Bračić (left) has performed at various venues in New York City including the Metropolitan Museum, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall and New York Historical Society. He has been heard on WQXR classical music station (the McGraw Hill Companies Young Artists Showcase) and has recently released a CD album “Tribute to Haydn” with works written by and dedicated to Joseph Haydn.

Wladimir Kossjanenko founded The Virtuosos of Split chamber orchestra in Croatia
Wladimir Kossjanenko is a violist of international reputation, born in Alma Ata in Kazakhstan, now associate professor at the Academy of Music in the city of Split in Croatia. He has recently founded The Virtuosos of Split, an ambitious chamber orchestra, composed of his students at the Academy, and also of several professional musicians. Except in Croatia, he is a frequent guest of classical music events throughout the world. His wife Vesna Podrug, a pianist born in the city of Split, is an assistant professor at the same Academy.

Cliff Searching in Croatia by Orlando Duque etc etc
Orlando Duque visited Croatia and searched for the most attractive cliffs to dive. He was delighted with the Croatian natural beauties and executed a  number of incredible jumps from cliffs. For such a small country, Croatia offers visitors an incredible range of landscapes: from the Mediterranean coast with its necklace of 1244 islands to the sunflower-gilded Slavonian plains, via pristine rivers and the wildlife-rich subalpine regions of Gorski kotar and the Velebit mountains.

A new beautiful translucent snail from the deepest cave in Croatia
Scientists discovered a new species of a peculiar cave-dwelling snail in one of the 20 deepest cave systems in the world, Lukina Jama–Trojama in Croatia. The newly discovered species belongs to a genus of minute air-breathing land snails that have lost visual orientation and are considered to be true eutroglobionts, or exclusive cave-dwellers. The Lukina Jama–Trojama is the deepest cave system in Croatia, extraordinary for its vertical shape, long pits and great depth of -1392 m.

Borna Coric and Ana Konjuh sweep the 2013 U.S. Open juniors titles
Croatians Borna Coric and Ana Konjuh (left) swept the U.S. Open juniors titles Sunday.The 15-year-old Konjuh defeated Tornado Alicia Black of the United States 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (6) in the girls’ final, adding to her Australian Open junior title this year. Coric, 16, beat Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 in the boys’ final.

Croatian folklore groups from Zadar won gold medals at the 2013 World Championship of Folklore in Bulgaria
Two Croatian folklore groups, Sv. Jeronim from Vlašić and Sv. Šime from Rtina as one (under the name of Dalmatika), and Privlaka and Radovin as another, won gold medals at the World Folk 2013 competition organized in Bulgaria. The international competition is organized by the World Association of Folklore Festival and the European Association of Folklore Festivals. More than hundred folklor groups from all five continents participated. Outside the competition, four Croatian folklore groups (about 60 singers) sang old-Croatian Glagolitic songs in two Bulgarian historical churches, which was registered by local TV. Congratulations to Mr. Livio Marijan and his coleagues from the Zadar hinterland.

Croatia won gold in quadruple sculls at 2013 World Championship in Korea ahead of Germany and GB
David Šain, Martin Sinković, Damir Martin (on the photo) and Valent Sinković representing Croatia are continuing with amazing results in quadruple sculls rowing. At the 2013 World Championship held in Korea, Croatia won the first place, Germany the second (last year's Olympic champions in London, Croatia was  second then), and Great Britain the third. Croatia won the title of world champions for the second time (2011 and 2013), and is at the same time the tripple world cup champion (2010, 2011, 2-013), which is an unbeleivable achievement besides such countries like Germany, Great Britain, Rusia, USA, etc..

Alexei Tanovitski Russian singer opening Metropolitan opera season 2013-2014 in New York on September 23
Award-winning Russian bass, Alexei Tanovitski, is one of the brightest stars of his generation. He has impressed audiences the world over and won wide-spread critical acclaim for his performances in the most prominent theaters and concert halls. He was recently appointed as an ambassador to promote the UNESCO World-Heritage-Listed city of Trogir on Croatia's Adriatic Coast. He lives with his wife Ivana in Croatia's capital Zagreb. Mr. Tanovitski is opening the Metropolitan Opera season 2003-2014 on September 23.

Dorat d.o.o. Company from Varazdin Croatia manufacturing social games out of paper and cardboard
The idea came from the need of familiarizing cultural, natural and historical landmarks that are recognizable for certain place, area or region to all who want to do so, especially to those who are not introduced with specific landmarks and beauty of that region or area. Some of those games are puzzles, memory, dominos and etc. Recently we developed some new products and new ideas that are interesting for the “business world”. Products are formed as souvenirs or gifts and as such they serve as promotion of landmarks, cities or regions to broad public within Croatia and abroad. The producer is DORAT d.o.o. Company from the city of Varazdin in Croatia.

Josip Hanjs world champion in Shorthand Speech Capturing competition organized in Ghent in Belgium 2013
In 2013 Mr. Josip Hanjš, representing Croatia, became the world champion in a Shorthand Speech Capturing international organized in Ghent, Belgium. Seven countries participated: except Croatia, also Hungary, Italy, Germany, Argentina, France and Turkey. Mr. Hanjš is the president of Croatian Shorthand Association, one of the oldest in Europe, founded in 1882 (five years before London). This is his secon world title in his career: the first title of the world champion has been won in Prague in 2007. It is interesting that here both female and male participants compete all together.

Croatians are the World Cup champions in quadruple sculls for the third time - in 2010, 2012 and 2013!
Qadruple sculls is one of elite sports in world's rowing. To be among the first ten nations in the world raniking is a great exploit for every nation. The results of Croatian however are absolutely amazing: David Šain, Martin Sinković, Damir Martin and Valent Sinković are dominant among such nations like Germany, Great Britain, Russia, Norway, Canada, USA, etc. With these results Croatia has been established as a world superforce in this sporting discipline. In 2013 they were winners for the third time in the last four years, this time in Luzern in Switzerland. Furthermore, Damir Martin had a birthday on this great winning day.

Radoslav Lorkovic Croatian-American pianist: Clear and Cold + Homer A Piano Odyssey
We are glad to present to the readers of the CROWN the two recently published CD's by Radoslav Lorković, Croatian-American pianist, accordion player, singer and composer. Drawing from a multitude of influences ranging from elegant classical and jazz styles to the rawest, most basic blues, country and soul, Radoslav Lorković has taken on an unusually broad musical spectrum and refined it into his distinctive piano style. His grand-mother, Melita Lorković, was a famous Croatian classical pianist.

First Taste: Dubrovnik in New Rochelle. Croatian Restaurant in New York
Okay, folks, close your laptop and pick up the phone. You need to book a meal at Dubrovnik Restaurant in New Rochelle, New York, right now, this instant. Here’s the deal: this month-old Croatian restaurant has an intimate stony outdoor terrace on which its owner has built a serious, bang-up, wood-burning oven. Imagine tiny, tender, smoke scented octopus and squid, the tips of their tentacles curled lightly charred. Or a generous whole branzino, its belly stuffed with herbs, sparkling with Croatian sea salt, and still cracking from the fire. Heaven.

WTTW Chicago to rebroadcast documentary film "They Never Walked Alone" on Velika Gospa
Thursday, August 15, 2013 the day of the Feast of the Assumption (Velika Gospa) WTTW Prime in Chicago will be rebroadcasting the documentary film called "They Never Walked Alone" that celebrates 100 years of St. Jerome Croatian parish located in Chicago's Bridgeport neighborhood. The film will air starting at 2:00 pm CST.

Sandra Perkovic young Croatian athlete world champion in discus throw in Moscow 2013
  Sandra Perković, young Croatian athlete, is the best discus thrower among women in the world today. Olympic champion in 2012, double European champion (2010 in Barcelona and in 2012 in Helsinki), winner of many international competitions during the past several years, in 2013 she became the world champion during the World Athletics Competition held in Moscow. She is also the winner of the 2013 Diamond League. Sandra is one of the greatest sportswomen in the history of Croatian sport, next to famous Janica Kostelić (skiing superstar) and Blanka Vlašić (high-jumping superstar).

Pope Francis and his encounters with Croatians in Argentina and Brasil
Pope Francis, as a cardinal of Buenos Aires, encountered Croatians in Argentina in various occasions. He concelebrated during a mass dedicated to blessed Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac (1898-1960). His personal confessor was Croatian Franciscan Berislav Ostojić. We express our gratitude to Carmen Verlichak, Croatian-Argentinean writer living in Buenos Aires, for providing us with interesting photos.

Operation "Storm" 1995 prevented genocide in Bihać area of BiH and liberated occupied parts of Croatia
According to Professor Slobodan Lang, distinguished Croatian peace activist, "STORM was humanitarian operation which prevented genocide." The old Croatian mediaeval royal town of Knin was liberated in just a few days after five years of occupation. Congratulations on the occasion of Victory Day and the Day of Croatian Defenders on 5th August to citizens of Croatia and all Croatians in the world. On the photo president Franjo Tuđman kissing Croatian flag on the liberated mediaeval fortress of Knin.

Domagoj Cevid and Borna Vukorepa won 2 golds at the 2013 International Mathematical Olympiad in Colombia
Croatian national team of best young Croatian mathematicians participated at the 53rd International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in 2013 with 6 competitors, among 97 countries. Two of them,  Domagoj Ćevid (on the photo) and Borna Vukorepa, won the highest prizes - gold medals. Furthermore, for Domagoj it was the second gold medal, since in 2012, he won the first gold medal for Croatia in history. It should be noted that some of our best former competitors are now distinguished scientists working in Croatia, like Marko Tadić, Andrej Dujella and Pavle Pandžić, or abroad, like Mladen Bestvina and Ivan Mirković, to name just a few.

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