People who will keep saying everything is alright must not be in key positions, so that existing problems cannot be solved. Croatia needs people who will solve problems and enable faster development. Experts and highly moral people need to run the country.
We actually traveled through five countries, beginning and ending our trip in Venice. In addition to Italy, the other four countries, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Montenegro are all part of the former Yugoslavia. While we have wonderful memories from the whole trip, Croatia is a standout.
Označavanja mikročipom je "prijateljska" metoda koja doprinosi dobrobiti životinja, a ujedno omogućava i identifikaciju životinje, cjeloživotno praćenje životinje kako u uzgojno - selekcijskom radu tako i u praćenju zdravstvenog stanja konja.
Will the Region receive a new opportunity at unfiltered justice? Will Officials from the Leading Powers be held to Account for their Complicity with Milosevic and Betrayal of our Western Values? Are we that boring or just inept at protecting our rights and interests? ...in discussion with Ambassador Mo Sacirbey
No one could inhabit those acrobatic melodies and words like him. He lived the songs, his opera was a great mash of joy and sadness; surreal and earthy at the same time; a great volcano of a man who sang fire but spilled over with a love of life in all its complexity, a great and generous friend
The Doors Art Foundation organized Croatian Film Festival NYC, a multimedia event. September 13 - 16th, 2007 at the Museum of the Moving Image and the Tribeca Cinemas. The festival will present 21 Croatian films and will also include a panel discussion on Croatian film.
Blanka Vlasic, Croatian high jumper, confirmed her status as the premier athlete in the women's event with an easy victory at the IAAF World Championships in Osaka, Japan. Croatia's Blanka Vlasic has won 12 out of the 13 outdoor competitions she has entered this year 2007.
Vladimir Pernić wrote a very interesting book about a unique music phenomenon in Istria, Croatia - the tradition of GUNJCI. Istria is a paradise in many respects: music, architecture, nature, history, Glagolitic script, cuisine, olives, etc.
Ivan Meštrović: Chicago Indians, New York; Antun Augustinčić: Horsewoman (or Monument of Peace, in front of the UN building) - probably the best known equestrian statue in the world; Charles Billich - Official Artist of the 2008 Beijing Olympiad, etc.
New England was first called New Dalmatia: La Dalmate Da Nouveau Monde, La Dalmazia del Nuovo Mondo, Dalmatia of the New World. New England is a part of the USA comprising Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The largest city is Boston.
An article about Kursalon in Lipik, a place to visit, when you go to Croatia. A lot of interesting history and pleasant people, horses and empty stables waiting for stolen Croatian horses. Astronauts and Cosmonauts at the same place...in Split, Croatia. Our astrophysicists are amazing.
The Lipik Kursalon is one of the most important Thermal Health Centers in Europe, together with Baden Baden (Germany) and Karlove Vary (Czechia). It was almost completely destroyed during the Serbian agression on Croatia in 1991.
The European Fedaration of Christian Teachers (SIESC) organized its 53rd Annual Meeting in July 2007 in Croatia. The host of the conference wasHrvatsko katoličko društvo prosvjetnih djelatnika(HKDPD), Zagreb.
The Mayor of Lipik, Mr Antun Haramija, was among the first to sign a Petition for unconditional return of stolen Croatian Lipizzaners from Serbia to Croatia. We invite you to do the same. Did you know that Croatia is the leading world force in Lipizzaner's breeding?
Instead of blocking specific viruses, Krstić's system sequesters every program on the computer in a separate virtual operating system, preventing any program from damaging the computer, stealing files, or spying on the user. "This defeats the entire purpose of writing a virus," says Krstić.
In 1995, Serbian troops massacred 8,000 Muslims at Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Tezno grave in Slovenia (near Maribor) was found in 1999 during highway construction, with the number of post-WWII victims exceeding even that of Srebrenica.
Zoran Orlic is a Croatian-born fine arts photographer with a flair for revealing the many moods of rock photography. Orlic's passion for the camera and music has led him to capture rock bands on film for the last seventeen years. Orlic's snapshots have appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers, websites and music packaging. A new star is born.
Defending the rights and access of the faithful, as well as the institutions of faith and spiritualism, is the obligation of all Bosnians and Herzegovinians, indeed the shared responsibility of civilization where religion is no longer denigrated, whether it is yours or your neighbors.
When Gina Picinic was a senior at North Bergen High School a few years ago, she was already a recording star in her native land of Croatia. Just 17, Picinic was like the Croatian version of Celine Dion.