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» Mateo Kovacic top Croatian soccer player fluently speaking English, German, Italian and Castillian
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published Yesterday | Sports | Unrated

Besides his mother tongue Croatian, Mateo Kovačić is fluent in four additional languages: English, German, Italian and Castillian, as clearly indicated by his media appearances and interviews. He is among the best contemparary Croatian players, and a member of the Croatian national soccer team. Currently, he is a member of the Real Madrid in Spain. His team-mate is Luka Modrić, another distinguished Croatian soccer player and captain of the Croatian national team.
» 15 Reasons Why it's Time For You To Go to Croatia
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/4/2017 | Environment , Entertainment , Education | Unrated
Always sunny, easy to reach, still a good value, popular Hollywood destination, has the world's most atmospheric Roman ruin, spectacular beaches, incredible national parks, incredible summer festivals, 1244 islands, isles and reefs, birthpalce of Marco Polo, one of Europe's tastiests regions, fascinating history, safety and securety, FORBES recommend, necktie or CRAVAT originate from Croatia, 101 DALMATIANS is from Croatia. On the photo the city of Split with Diocletian's palace on the Adriatic sea and the mount of Mosor behind it.
» Darko Varga 1956-2017 distinguished Croatian publicist
Darko Varga, 1956-2017, born in the city of Osijek, grown up in the town of Dalj, attended High School in his native city, and completed his studies in Electrical Engineering at the University of Zagreb. From 1993 till 2000, he served as director of HEP (Croatian Electric Supply) in the region of Baranja on the NE of Croatia. He was active in revitalizing Croatian villages as well as ecotourism in Baranja, ravaged in the early 1990s during the Serbian aggression on Croatia. Also, he was an indefatigable promoter of cultural traditions of the region. His latest work on an impressive monograph dealing with the cuisine of the noble Croatian family of Zrinski, has been published in 2015 on the occasion of 450 years since the legendary Siget Battle in 1566.
» 2CELLOS Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser playing in Croatia and in more than 40 countries worldwide
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/2/2017 | Music | Unrated
We invite you to enjoy in the music of 2CELLOS, Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, playing several well known classical tunes, accompanied with the London Symphony Orchestra. The tunes have been filmed in some celebrated Croatian resorts, like on the Zlatni rat (Golden Cape) on the island of Brač, then in the city of Dubrovnik, as well as on the Plitice Lakes. In the course of 5 years only, 2CELLOS had about one thousand of concerts in more than forty countries worldwide.
» Miro Gavran's novel John the Baptist translated from Croatian into Bulgarian
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/2/2017 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
Miro Gavran's book "John the Baptist" has been translated into Bulgarian by Valentina Sedefcheva, Sofia. So far this novel had seven editions in Croatian. It was also published in Spanish in Buenos Aires, in German in Vienna and in English on Amazon. It is a story set in 1st century AD, in time of violent political and religious shift. Heroes of the novel are John the Baptist, Saloma, Elisha and Bileam, and Jesus Christ himself.
» Ivana Marija Vidovic with ensmble Croazzola Concertante in Euphrasius Basilica in Porec 2017
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/25/2017 | Music | Unrated
In July 2017, Croazzola Concertante ensemble had a very successful concert in the Euphrasius Basilica in Porec. The basilica is under protection of UNESCO, and is known for fantastic acoustic. The name of Croazzola is obviously composed of the names of Croatia and Piazolla, a famous Argentinean composer. On the photo is Ivana Marija Vidović, pianist, poet from Dubrovnik and director of Epidaurus Festival, with maestro Krešimir Marmilić who founded the Croazzola Concertante ensemble in Zagreb.
» RONNA - Robotic NeuroNAvigation in neurosurgery project led by Bojan Jerbic in Croatia
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/22/2017 | Science , Education | Unrated
RONNA - Robotic NeuroNAvigation is a project that deals with research into and the design of a new innovative and competitive robotic system for application in neurosurgery. The project was launched by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb, with the Clinical hospital Dubrava and the Croatian Institute for Brain Research as partners in the project. Founders of the project are Professor Bojan Jerbić, PhD (project leader, on the photo), Assistant Professor Darko Chudy, PhD and Professor Gojko Nikolić, PhD.
» Dora Pejacevic's music played by Yoko Nishii in Nasice
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/15/2017 | Music , Education | Unrated

Dora Pejačević (1885-1923) is the first internationally known Croatian woman composer. Her growing popularity has reached even Japan, where in 2015 Yoko Nishii, a fine pianist, has published a double CD in Tokyo containing Dora's collected pianistic works. Yoko Nishii, on the photo, has visited numerous Croatian towns, including the town of Našice, where she was playing on the paino on which Dora Pejačević was composing her works. Yoko Nishii speaks Croatian, and she completed a part of her music studies in the town of Lovran in Croatia.
» Milka Trnina or Ternina 1863-1941 distinugished Croatian opera singer
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/14/2017 | Music , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
According to Giacomo Puccini, author of the famous opera Tosca, Milka Trnina (or Ternina) was the best "Tosca" that he had opportunity to listen to (on the London premiere in 1900). In 1898, she appeared for the first time in opera in London, performing Isolde in Tristan und Isolde. She would continue to appear at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, until 1906, achieving a total of 98 appearances there in a variety of operas. Did You know that the name of the famous MILKA chocolate, Switzerland, had been given in honour to Milka Trnina, Croatian opera diva? The founder of the company, who was a great admirer of the singer, decided to name the company and his chocolate by the name of MILKA.
» Matt Sertic's Applied Ceramics and Sunceco​ rejuvenating his hometown of Sisak in Croatia
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/10/2017 | Business | Unrated
In parallel to his global successful ventures, Applied Ceramics and Sunceco, ACAP Silicon Valley chapter member Matt Sertic (on the photo with his daugher Maya) is slowly but steadily rejuvenating his hometown of Sisak and creating a "new hot Valley to be in". Ten years ago, Matt recognized the potential of the once enormous but almost forgotten Ironworks factory complex in which he invested substantial funds to create a production facility for Applied Ceramics putting Croatia on the map as the only country in the European Union that produces sapphire crystals used in high technology.
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