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» Nikola Tesla Croatian citizen advised the City Hall of Croatia's capital Zagreb in 1892 about electrification
Submitted By Vesna Blažina and Darko Žubrinić | Published 05/5/2016 | Bilingual , Croatian Language , Science , People , History , Education | Unrated
In 1892, Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) has been invited by Milan Amruš, Mayor of the city of Zagreb, to visit the City Hall in order to give advice about future electrification. An interesting article from 1892 has been published in the Zagreb newspapers, which we provide for the first in English translation from Croatian original. We cite the following significant sentence from this 1892 article: Mr. Tesla considers it h
» Mia Negovetic Croatian teen singing prodigy participating in the Steve Harvey NBC show 2016
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/23/2016 | Music , Croatian Language | Unrated
As part of NBC's new midseason shows in 2016, Little Big Shots follows Steve Harvey as he showcases the nation's most extraordinary young people. Among them is Mia Negovetić, very beautiful 13 year old lady from Croatia, who is an unusual singing talent. However, her major interest for the future is cooking, so she plans to becom a singing cook. The show is superbly directed by Steve Harvey, who learned his first Croatia
» Traditional celebration in Subotica Prelo sicanja to be organized on 7th February 2016
CROWN is very proud to announce a traditional celebration of Prelo 2016 in the city of Subotica. The whole region of Bačka where the city is situated is one of the trademarks of Croatian culture, especially via beautiful songs and dances of Bunjevci Croatians in Bačka. At the beginning of the 20th century, the city of Subotica was the largest Croatian city (larger than Croatian capital Zagreb). Also, the oldest Cro
» Croatian writer Miro Gavran nominated for the 2016 Hans Christian Andersen Award
Submitted By Miro Gavran | Published 01/11/2016 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts , Awards | Unrated
Croatian writer Miro Gavran has been nominated for the 2016 Hans Christian Andersen Award, the most significant prize for children's literature in the world.  This prize has been awarded every two years to authors since 1956, and to illustrators since 1966. Works by Miro Gavran have been translated into 38 languages. Gavran has published ten books for children and teenagers, eagerly read by young and old alike: "How Dad
» Merry Christmas and a Happy New 2016 accompanied with beautiful Croatian Christams carols
Croatia has as many as 500 traditional Christmas carols, the oldest ones dating from the 12th century, and sung also today. This number is probably greater than in the case of any other nation in the Christian world. We provide several video recordings to illustrate this important religious and musical heritage of the Republic of Croatia, which was a source of inspiration for numerous composers. On the photo a Christ
» Croatian dialects interactive atlas project directed by Dr Velimir Piskorec
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/19/2015 | Croatian Language , Education | Unrated
The atlas of Croatian dialects has the aim to describe the living speech heritage in various parts of the Republic of Croatia and outside of it. About seventy typical sentences have been chosen as an illustration. The project is directed by Dr Velimir Piškorec, professor at the University of Zagreb, at the Faculty of Arts and Letters. The project is far from being completed, and native speakers from various parts whe
» Miro Gavran's play "All About Women" premiered in Moscow on 27th Sep 2015
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/27/2015 | Bilingual , Croatian Language , Entertainment , Education | Unrated
Croatian writer Miro Gavran will have premiere of his play "All About Women" on 27th October 2015 in famous Russian theater "Et Cetera" in Moscow. Director of Gavran's play is young and talented Viktorija Pecernikova. The play was translated from Croatian into Russian by Sergej Girin. Actors are Angela Belian Skaya, Natalija Zhitkova, Olga Belova, Elizabeta Ryzhikh, Katarina Buylova and Anastasia Kormilitsyana. Gavran's
» Miro Gavran's play "All About Women" had 100th performance in Bratislava Slovakia in 2015
Theater Divadlo v Podpalubi from Bratislava, Slovakia had 100th performance of Miro Gavran's play "All About Women" with author attending on September 30th, 2015. Translation into Slovak was done by Jan Jankovic while director is Minim F. Otzow. Main roles are performed by Andrea Profantova, Andrea Karnasova and Bibiana Ondrejkova. Miro Gavran is a Croatian playwright and novelist, whose works have been translated into t
» Mia Negovetic interpreting Croatian National Anthem on the occasion of the Victory Day on 5th August 2015
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/6/2015 | Croatian Language , Entertainment , Education , Music | Unrated
Mia Negovetić is only 12 years old girl from the city of Rijeka, Croatia, who had the honor to interpret Lijepa Naša (Our Beautiful), the most beautiful national anthem, accompanied with Klapa Sv Juraj of the Croatian Military Marine, during the celebration of the 20 years of Humanitarian and Liberation Operation Storm in 1995. Mia is from the family of musicians, her favorite subject in school is mathematics, and s


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