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Dr. Borislav Arapović: A Remarkable Address Given by a Croatian Minister to Those Going to War 1778
An amazing anti-war, pacifist sermon was given in 1778 by an anonymous Croatian preacher to Croatian soldiers, immediately before the battle between Austrian and Prussian troops in Bohemia. While the Croatian original is still unknown, that same year eight translations were published in German in 1778, Dutch in 1778 (in the Hague (sic!), Amsterdam, and Leeuwarden), in Swedish in 1778 and 1779, and in Latvian in 1804 and 1805. The existing documents have been published by Dr. Borislav Arapović, Croatian scholar living in Stockholm, honorary president of the Biblical Institute in the capital of Sweden, foreign member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Dr. Zeljko Ivezic Croatian scientist and a leading expert in astronomy in the world
After five years at UK, dr. Željko Ivezić and his family moved on to New Jersey where he began working at Princeton University. During his seven years at Princeton, Dr. Ivezić participated in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey which has been called one of the most ambitious and influential surveys in astronomy history. Over the course of eight years, the survey produced three-dimensional maps of more than 930,000 galaxies. Ivezic is now part of an effort to create the first digital movie of the sky with the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST). On the photo dr. Ivezić with his daughter Vedrana.

Joint Injustice Against Croatia and Croatian Generals
All the participants in documentary film "Joint Injustice", made by Vecernji List newspaper and journalist Jadranka Juresko-Kero, have followed closely the work of the ICTY Tribunal for many years and conclude that the court proceedings demonstrate failings of an ad hoc court and that the judgment against the Croatian Generals dated 15th April 2011 was delivered on the basis of inadequately confirmed and inadequately legally relevant evidence.

Josip Pecaric's activities in Pakistan and Croatia from Mathematics to Croatian history
  Academician Josip Pečarić has 13 PhD students in Pakistan. Six of them already earnd PhD degrees in Mathematics. He is visiting professor at a prestigious Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences in Lahore, named after distingushed Pakistani Nobel Prize winner for Phyisics. He was Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the International Conference on Mathematical Inequalities and Applications organized Lahore in 2010, where about 200 scientists from 19 cuntries participated. His public activities in Croatia are well known.

Conference on victims of UDBA in Klagenfurt, Austria September 25, 2012
Croatian historians and the Association of the victims of UDBA invite you to a press conference on Tuesday September 25, 2012 which will be held at the Palais Salzamt hotel in Klagenfurt / Celovec, Austria. Prior to the press conference, participants will be received in the Cartinthia state assembly, where they as victims and witnesses for the Parliament's investigative commission will testify on UDBA crimes. For the first time, dossiers of Austrian citizens who were collaborators of the UDBA will be released.

Entertainment in Croatian restaurant Dobro in Tokyo accompanied with sarma and buzara
Hello! Morning (ハロー! モーニング。, harō mōningu?) was a weekly Japanese TV show featuring members of Morning Musume, and sometimes other Hello! Project members on TV Tokyo. In this episode they introduced Croatia as an opponent of Japan during the Football World Cup 2006 in Germany and showed some cultural things and made a quiz afterwards. Really funny, especially from Croatian point of view. ;-)

Gradovrh a new web portal for Croats in Tuzla is launched
Until its destruction, the Gradovrh monastery was a spiritual and cultural center for Croatian Catholics in the northeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina centered around Tuzla. Even though the monastery no longer exists, its name is still revered by Croats in the Tuzla area to this day. Not only does the journal published by Matica Hrvatska in Tuzla carry its name, but a new website aims to preserve Gradovrh's legacy in this digital age and report on the situation of Croats there.

Ana Marušić Croatia proclaimed Honorary Professor in the College of Medicine - University of Edinburgh
Dr. Ana Marušić from the University of Split, Croatia, has been made an Honorary Professor in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine of the University of Edinburgh. She has been the editor in chief of the Croatian Medical Journal for 20 years, and is now editor in chief of the Journal of Global Health. Professor Marušic has been the President of the World Association of Medical Editors and Council of Science Editors. She is currently the Vice President of the European Association of Science Editors.

An Evening of Croatian Music in Washington D.C. Sunday September 23, 2012
Pianist Srdjan Caldarovic (left) and violinist Ivan Novinc will be playing at Steinway Piano Hall in McLean, Virgina on Sunday September 23, 2012 starting at 7:00 p.m. They will be performing an evening of Croatian music with works by Josipovic, Kunc, Bjelinski, Papandopulo, Klobucar, Kempf, Lhotka and Dora Pejacevic.

Drago Stambuk a samurai poet connecting Japan and Croatia
Dr. Drago Štambuk, Croatian ambassador to Japan until 2011, is an expert in medical sciences, and a haiku poet of international reputation.  His book From Nowhere has been published in Japan in 2011, prepared by Mr. Shokan Tadashi Kono, in three languages: original Croatian, Japanese and English. The book was published in time when the earthquake, followed by disastrous tsunami, shook Japan.

James Spudich American scientist of Croatian roots recipient of the Lasker Award for biochemistry
Dr. James Spudich, professor of medicine at Stanford University, USA, received the 2012 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award for his trailblazing investigations of the molecular motors that drive our skeletal muscle contractions and heartbeats, enable our cells to divide, and power patrolling immune cells through our tissues. The Lasker Prize is one of the most prestigious scientific prizes  in the filed of basic medical research.

Ante Glibota Croatian historian of art wrote a monograph about young Chinese artist Shi Liru
The Museum of Art and Urbanity of Shanghai (MAUS) announces the presentation of a comprehensive exhibition of works by the Chinese painter, photographer and sculptor Shi Liru and of a monograph dedicated to the artist published jointly by MAUS and Delight Edition, to be held September 1st 2012. Curator of the exhibition as well as author of the monograph is the art historian Ante Glibota, a titular member of the European Academy of Arts, Sciences and Letters.

Rudolf Klepac 1913-1994 professor at Mozarteum and Croatian bassoonist one of greatest in history
  Rudolf Klepač was born in 1913 in Majurje near the city of Varaždin in Croatia, professor of bassoon at the Music Academy in Croatia's capital Zagreb, professor at the famous Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, distinguished interpretor of works by Mozart, Vivaldi and other giants, recipient of the Golden Ring of Salzburg from the Mayor of the city, honorary member of Croatian Society of Musicians...

12th AUTEX World Textile Conference hosted by the City of Zadar 13-15 June 2012
The AUTEX Conference provided an excellent opportunity to bring together European and world scientists and engineers from academy, national research institutes and companies to present and discuss the latest results in the general field of textile materials, technologies, fashion and marketing. In 2011, Faculty of Textile Technology of the University of Zagreb celebrated 50th anniversary of its existence. The city of Zadar has the most beautiful sunset in the world.

Croatia U18 Basketball team - Champions of Europe
The Croatian U18 Basketball team are the champions of Europe after winning the gold medal at the European Championship in Latvia and Lithuania. Thanks to an unbelievable 39 baskets from Dario Saric (left), Croatia beat the hosts Lithuania in the final 88:76.

Learn Croatian – in person or over Skype!
Many Croats speak English, German, or other languages well enough to make guests feel comfortable. But for those wanting a closer connection to the country - travelers, rather than tourists; professionals with business in the country; second- or third-generation overseas Croats with family ties; or new residents, for example - learning Croatian is the key to feeling at home. New students are invited to witness the benefits of our e-learning courses via Skype by testing the program with a free 90-minute lesson. For additional information, please visit .

Croatia won 3 golds among six medals at the London Olympics 2012 plus one unofficial gold
Croatia won record 6 medals at the olympics, among them 3 golds: Sandra Brkljačić in discus throwing, Giovanni Cernogoraz in trap, and Croatian waterpolo team without any defeat, Croatian quad scull won silver medal, Lucija Zaninović won bronze medal in tae-kwon-do, handball team also won bronze medal. An unofficial gold medal went to Antonija Mišura, see why. We also add a little refreshment with Blanka Vlašić and Janica Kostelić.

Miro Gavran's comedy to be premiered in Hyderabad in India August 19th 2012
The Croatian writer Miro Gavran's comedy, My Wife's Husband, will be premiered in the SIFAR Theatre's production in the Indian city of Hyderabad on August 19th 2012, 7:30 pm. The play has been translated into the Hindi language by Feroze Ahmed, and the leading roles will be played by Prakash Phadnis and Feroze Ahmed. The city of Hyderabad is cultural and political centre of the focal Indian federal state of Andhra Pradesh. Miro Gavran's works have been translated into 35 languages, his plays have had over 200 premieres, and his shows have been seen by more than two million theatre-goers.

Nenad Bach interviewed by Garrison Leykam who hosts Conversation Crossroad
On Monday August 6th, Nenad was interviewed by Garrison Leykam who hosts Conversation Crossroad. The program is the definitive Internet-based radio program for listeners who want the best in entertainment, information and intriguing ideas. On Friday August 17th, the band will be making its return to the legendary Towne Crier as guests of Black 47! The Band is honored to be opening for them. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. and the Towne Crier is located at 130 Route 22 Pawling, New York.

Julian Rachlin & Friends Festival founded in 2001 in Dubrovnik, Croatia
This year marks the 11th anniversary of the internationally renowned “Julian Rachlin & Friends” festival held annually in Dubrovnik, Croatia, a platform for creative and vibrant projects with today’s leading musicians and actors. Besides delighting his audiences with his musical performances, Julian is also receiving recognition as a young philanthropist for his charity work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and his educational outreach.

Croatia's Giovanni Cernogoraz wins Olympic men's trap gold in London 2012
"This gold medal is fantastic," said Cernogoraz, who in his daily life helps out in his family's restaurant in Novigrad. "This is very good for me, for my family and for the country. I did not expect to win." This is the second gold medal for Croatia at the 2012 Olympics Games in London.

Japan Croatia Friendship House completed in Tokamachi in 2012 - congratulations!
Japan Croatia Friendship House is a result of very good relations that the Republic of Croatia has with Japan. The House has been completed in 2012, based on the project of two distinguished Croatian architects Vinko Penezić i Krešimir Rogina. Very important role in launching the project had Yoshifumi Sekiguchi, Mayor of the city of Tokamachi on the photo, former Croatian ambassador Dr. Drago Štambuk, present Croatian amabassador Ms Mira Martinec on the photo, and of course, Croatian national soccer team that lived and trained in the city throughout the 2002 World Cup.

Sandra Perkovic Croatian olympic queen in discus throwing 2012 in London
Rank in discus throwing at the 2012 Olympic Games in London: 1. Sandra Perković, Croatia,  69.11 m, winner of the Olympic gold medal, 2. Darya Pishchalnikova, Russia, silver medal, 3. Li Yanfeng, China, bronze medal. The 4th place was won by Stephanie Brown Trafton, USA. This is one of the greatest achievements in the history of Croatian sport.

Celebrating Croatia’s D-Day: Operation Storm August 5th 1995
The profound respect, delight and the sense of ultimate justice for freedom WWII D-Day generates in the lands of WWII Allies is nothing less, nothing more than what "Operation Storm 1995" generates for Croatia and Croatians. The Operation Storm prevented genocide over Muslim Slavs in the Bihać area in Bosnia and Herzegovina. On the photo Dr. Franjo Tudjman, president of the Republic of Croatia, kissing the national flag in 1995 on the fortress of Knin, a former royal city of Croatian kings.

Jorge-Luis Subiabre Matiacha published a monograph about Croatians in Punta Arenas in Chile
Huellas y Rastros de Croatas en Punta Arenas (The Impressions and Traces of Croatians in Puntas Arenas) is a fascinating, trilingual, Spanish-English-Croatian book of photos by Jorge Subiabre Matiacha and Tatiana Alfaro Chavez, that Jorge recently published in Puntas Arenas. Matiacha has Croatian roots and works as a graphic designer, photographer and writer, while co-author Tatiana is a photographic technician.  Both have already participated successfully at photo exhibits. The book features many black & white photos of Croatians, most with roots from the Croatian island of Brač, with a selection from the poetry of Pepita Turina (1907-1986) in the foreword.

Dragutin Cifrek distinguished Croatian painter, calligrapher and miniaturist in Slovenia
Dragutin Cifrek, distingushed Croatian painter, calligrapher and miniaturist living in Slovenia, is a follower of Julije Klovic (Giulio Clovio, 1498-1578), a famous Renaissance miniaturist born in Croatia, nicknamed long ago as the "Michelangelo of miniature". His special affection are miniatures of birds. In 1990s he created a series of very nice drawings for Croatian postage stamps. Mr. Cifrek was educated at the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Zagreb.

Civic Innovation for a Better Future seminar in Zagreb September 14-15, 2012
The Civic Innovation Incubator (Croatia), with support of The Leadership Institute (USA) will hold a two day seminar, in Zagreb, titled "Civic Innovation for a Better Future". The objective of the seminar will be to discuss how to foster and empower a culture of creativity and innovation in the younger generation. New times create new problems. New technologies offer new opportunities. New solutions are required and for this creativity and innovation are required.

Livio Marijan & Ivica Dundovic of Zadar Croatia won gold medal at the European Folklore Festival in Bulgaria
Ivica Dundović and Livio Marijan are winners of a prestitigious European Folklore Festival organized from 10th to 20th July 2012 in Bargas in Bulgaria, under the auspices of UNESCO. Besides the gold medal they also won the black orpheus, a prize of the public, the recommendation for the World Folklore Festival, and are recipients of a special diploma "Revelation of the Festival". They were singing old, almost forgotton Croatian songs from Dalmatia, including traditional Glagolitic songs from the town of Kali on the island of Ugljan.

Passion Heritage of Croatians in The Danube Region conference held in Sombor 2012
Mrs Marija Šeremešić initiated organizing the international conference dealing with the Passion Heritage among Croatians in the Danube Region. It was held in the lovely town of Sombor, in cooperation with the local Croatian society called Urbani Šokci directed by Mrs Šeremešić, and by the Agency for Culture of Vojvodina Croatians from Subotica, directed by Mr Tomislav Žigmanov. The conference was superbly organized and very successful.

Dr. Josip Marcan born in Croatia is widely recognized as the foremost expert on tigers in the world
Dr. Josip Marcan discovered his uncanny ability with animals during his childhood in Croatia. Dr. Marcan eventually made his way to the United States in the late 1960's and began focusing more on the endangered Bengal tiger.  By the early 1980's he had developed a breeding program that was producing the finest, genetically sound Bengal tigers anywhere. Animals from his breeding program have made their homes in zoos and wildlife parks all over the world.

LADO prestigious Croatian national folklore ensemble visited Japan in 2006
LADO is one of the most famous folklore national ensembles in the world, founded in 1949. The following impression illustrates reactions of the public on the concerts of LADO in Japan in 2006: "... If I were born again, I would like to be born a Croat, so I could dance these beautiful dances with LADO" On the photo Mrs. Ivana Laušić, director of the LADO ensemble, and His excellency Mr. Tetsuhisa Shirakawa, Ambassador of Japan in Croatia.

Kathleen Wilkes - report of the comission doctor honoris causa award of the University of Zagreb, Croatia
Dr. Kathleen Wilkes ... Dr Kathleen Vaughan Wilkes is a productive, respected, and influential philosopher who has through her activities not only significantly helped Croatia's struggle for independence and defence from the Great Serbian aggressors but she helped and is still helping the development of the Croatian academic community. It is our honour to positively evaluate and whole-heartedly support the proposition to give Kathleen Vaughan Wilkes an honorary doctoral degree of the University of Zagreb. Zagreb, 27 March 2001. Professors Srđan Lelas, Branko Despot, Ante Pažanin, Danilo Pejović and Zvonimir Šikić.

Ivana Marija Vidovic organized the 6th Epidaurus Festival Plus in the Bukovac House in Cavtat in Croatia
Ivana Marija Vidović on the left For the first time the Epidarus Festival Plus in Cavtat has been organized in the house of distinguished Croatian painter Vlaho Bukovac (1855-1922). This was a real feast of art, music and the surrounding nature, interwoven with emotions of guests and musicians. The central event took place on 4th July, celebrating Vlaho's birthday, with participation of two distinguished Spanish musiscians:MarĂ­a Esther GuzmĂĄn playing guitar and Luis Orden with flute. With superb organization of Ivana Marija Vidović, distinuished Croatian pianist, poet and humanist, founder and director of the Epiduarus Festival during the past six years, on the photo with a girl wearing local Konavle dress.

1133 years since the first international recognition of Croatia: 879 - 2012
The Croatian Prince Branimir, 9th century, made important steps in strengthening the relations with Rome. During the solemn divine service in St. Peter's church in Rome in 879, Pope John VIII gave his blessing to the prince and the whole Croatian people, about which he informed Branimir in his letters, the first one dated on May 21, 879. This was the first time that the Croatian state was officially recognized (at that time the international legitimacy was given by the Pope), which, as we see, happened more than eleven centuries ago! On the photo old a detail from Croatian pre-Romanesque monument from the 9th century containing the name of Branimir.

Kathy Wilkes Dr Honoris Causa of the University of Zagreb 2001
Dr. Katheleen Wilkes (1946-2003), during her speech at the University of Zagreb in 2001: A charming thought to start a rather depressing talk. Johann Gottfried von Herder, in 1791: “How wonderfully has Nature separated nations, not only by woods and mountains, seas and deserts, rivers and climates, but most particularly by languages, inclinations and characters, so that the work of subjugating despotism might be rendered more difficult...”

Croatian Stenographic Society founded in 1882 in Zagreb five years earlier than Intersteno in London
The Croatian Stenographic Society was founded by Isidor Kršnjavi 5 years before the Intersteno itself was founded in 1887, in the London Geological Museum. On the photo Josip Hanjš, the current president of the Croatian Stenographic Society (Hrvatsko stenografsko društvo), and former world champion in stenography.

Brigita Matic of Croatia European judo chapion in 2012 in the category up to 70 kg
Brigita Matić, young Croatian judo master, became European champion by winning in a match with a Russian girl  Ekaterina Tokareva. The Eruopean Judo Championship was organized in Montenegro in the town of Bar, 22-24 June 2012. Her sister Barbara Matić was European judo cadet champion in 2010. Brigita Matić is a member of the Judo Club Pujanke from the city of Split (JK Pujanke - Split), Croatia.

Ante Glibota Croatian historian of art author of the monograph about a leading multi-media artist Otto Piene
Otto Piene and Ante Glibota on the photo are two champions in this voluminous book. They write in their Press Release, that the twenty-three year long journey "...has left a powerful imprint on their subconscious and a shared sense that the 'adventure' has been a genuine, authentic act of entertainment, in the poetical meaning of the word, even as they remained extremely vigilant and precise as to the facts and to the importance of the motives that guided them and have led to the book in its present and final form."

Congratulations to the graduating class of 2012 especially Peter Christopher Novakovic

Graduation is a rite of passage and the editorial staff at Croatian World Network would like to congratulate the graduating class of 2012 and wish them all the best in their future endeavors! We would also like to congratulate a special graduate  from El Segundo High School in Los Angeles.

To the Security Council of The United Nations regarding the Croatians of Bosnia-Herzegovina
Slobodan Praljak, portrayed by Ante Gotovina Croatian general Slobodan Praljak, exceptionally educated person, has diplomas of three faculties: Faculty of Arts, Electrical Engineering and Film Academy, all from the University of Zagreb. He elaborates about: The training and equipping of entire BH Army units in Croatia; The taking up of hundreds of thousands of Muslim refugees in Croatia; The organisation of ex-territorial education and schooling for Muslim refugees in the Republic of Croatia; About low blows of Carla del Ponte and a Canadian general plus many other issues.

Zagreb Technopolis - Silicon Valley on the Sava River in Croatia
Marijan Ozanic Zagreb Technopolis, or the Silicon Valley on the Sava River, is a large science and technology park of 236 000 m2 envisaged on the site of the never completed hospital. That would be the place of the future science and technology park for high-tech firms, an entrepreneurial zone for large productive enterprises, business schools and various accompanying facilities like multimedia halls, conference rooms, laboratories, banks, restaurants, kindergarten. Zagreb Technopolis won’t be just some large office area for accommodation of various big and small firms. It will be the place where entrepreneurs, companies and products for export will be developed, and new jobs opened.

Open letter to Michel Platini, president of UEFA, from Ante Glibota
Modern technologies offer a perfect possibility to see the wrong action on a football ground, and to check who is playing sportingly and who is unfair. This would eliminate all possibilities of unfairness suspicion and avoid unjustified results. But you and your organization refuse this solution, to make your occult games and plays, persisting with unfairness and generating false results, as a way to give advantage to your protected nations, your favorite ones.

Dr Igor Velcic awarded at the 5th Croatian Mathematical Congress June 18-21 2012 in the city of Rijeka
The 5th Croatian Mathematical Congress June 18-21 2012 has been very successfuly organized by The Department of Mathematics of the University of Rijeka, and The Croatian Mathematical Society. The Congress included six plenary lectures, 8 plenary lectures, a large number of short communications and posters, and three round tables. A young Croatian mathematician Igor Velčić (on the photo) from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, was awarded the Prize of the Croatian Mathematical Society.

Nobel Prize Winner Robert J. Aumann in Dubrovnik at Logic in Computer Science Symposium 25-28 June 2012
The Logic and Computer Symposium - LICS is an annual international forum on theoretical and practical topics in computer science that relate to logic, broadly construed. LICS 2012 will be hosted by the Department for Electrical Engineering and Computing at the University of Dubrovnik in Dubrovnik, Croatia, from June 25th to 28th, 2012. There will be an invited lecture by Robert J. Aumann, winner of the 2005 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences on the photo, and a plenary session in honor of Alan Turing.

Croatia - Ireland 3 : 1 at the 2012 European Football Championship in Poland
Successful debut of Croatian national team in Poland, in a fooball match with Ireland. Croatia coach is Slaven Bilić, and this is his last tournament as an international coach before joining Lokomotiv Moscow.

6th Epidaurus Festival solemnly opened on 9 June 2012 in the town of Cavtat on Croatian south
Ivana Marija Vidović, director and founder of the Epiduarus Festival, distinguished Croatian pianist, poet and humanist, oriented her activites also towards younger and youngest generations of the City of Dubrovnik and in the southmost Croatian region of Konavle, to the great pleasure of numerous visitors and parents of children. The festival has international character, and is organized in the magic Mediterranean ambiance of the town of Cavtat, or ancient Epidaurus. On the photo two Konavle girls with typical Konavle caps.

Thomas Crowley 1949-1995 Irish hero of Croatian defense 1991-1995
Thomas Crawley (1949-1995) arrived to Croatia in 1991, where he participated in its defense. He tragically died in 1995 at the age of 46. He was a Major of Croatian Army. Commemorative Mass in his honor has been organized in the city of Split on 10th June 2012 in the Cathedral of St. Dujam. His earthy remains are buried in the Split cemetery. Thomas Crowley is not only the son of Ireland, but also the son of Croatia.

Mobilne aplikacije Vatrenih - Mobile applications of Croatian soccer team on iPhone, Android and Blackberry
  Mobilne aplikacije Vatrenih. Sada je moguće sve informacije o Hrvatskoj nogometnoj reprezentaciji saznati i u pokretu! Trenutno je moguće instalirati aplikacije na mobilne uređaje koje proizvode iPhone, Android i Blackberry. Škljocnite na logo kako biste odmah instalirali aplikaciju na svoj uređaj i pristupali cijeloj statistici, povijesti, kolumnama i najsvježijim vijestima nogometne reprezentacije., Android aplikacija zahtjeva verziju 2.2 ili noviju, iPhone i iPod aplikacija zahtjeva verziju iOS-a 4.3 ili noviju, BlackBerry aplikacija za BlackBerry Playbook te BlackBerry 10 Beta - Uskoro!

Dr. Andrija Puharich: parapsychologist, medical researcher, and inventor
Andrija (Henry) K. Puharich M.D., LL.D., was born on February 19, 1918 in Chicago, United States. He graduated from Northwestern University Medical School in 1947 and completed his residency in internal medicine at Permanente Hospital in California. During his scientific career Dr. Puharich held 56 American and foreign patents for his inventions in the fields of medical electronics, neurophysiology and biocybernetics. His most known invention was a microelectronic hearing-aid for nerve deafs, which was developed in "Intelectron Corporation" in New York, a 1960 venture of Puharich where he had served as president and director of research for 10 years.

Sasa Casic young Croatian winemaking prodigy of Pakrac and his teacher Ivan Enjingi
Saša Ćasić is 28 year old professional wine maker from the town of Pakrac on Croatian north. He has been awarded as the most successful young entrepreneur in 2012 by the Ministry of Enterpreneurship and Crafts of the Republic of Croatia. This is a result of ten years of hard work and advices of his older colleague, another distinguished Croatian wine-maker Mr. Ivan Enjingi.

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