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» Croatia viewed from the Heavens using drone
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published Yesterday | Education , Entertainment | Unrated
   
» Milka Trnina or Ternina 1863/1941 distinugished Croatian opera singer
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/24/2017 | Culture And Arts , Education , Music | Unrated
   
» Dora Pejacevic 1885-1923 the first internationally known Croatian woman composer
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/12/2017 | Music , People , Education | Unrated
Born into an old, noble family, the talented pianist would grow up to become one of the most influential figures in Croatian music. During her short life (she died in childbirth at the age of 38) she composed 57 completed works, including a hefty ouvre for solo piano, sixteen chamber works, and dozens of lieder. But she made her mark with the human voice; Pejačević is credited with bringing orchestral song to Croatian
» Sead Muhamedagic distinguished Croatian literary translator from German
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/11/2017 | Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Sead Ivan Muhamedagić was born in Zagreb in 1954, where lives as a literary translator, journalist and poet. He translates fiction, poems, essays, scholarly texts on literature and music as well as pedagogical texts from German into Croatian, and vice versa. He translates works of German-language authors such as Thomas Berhnhard, Elfriede Jelinek, Annemarie Schimmel, Werner Schwab, Arthur Schnitzler, Peter Turrini,
» Hrvojka Mihanovic Salopek presenting Croatian Mariological Heritage of the Varazdin Bishopric
Dr. Hrvojka Mihanović-Salopek prepared already her tenth DVD covering various aspects of extremely rich mariological heritage among Croatians. This DVD refers to the Varaždin Bishopric on Croatian north. Numerous baroque churches, lavishly decorated by Ivan Ranger and other Baroque artists, provide a special touch into the architecture of the city of Varaždin and surrounding towns and villages. A special emphas
» Marin Saric CEO of Optimoroute company in Croatia's capital Zagreb
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/6/2017 | Science , People , Education | Unrated
Marin Šarić: "When people think about logistics, they think about routing, they think about package deliveries, they might think about some ships or freight crossing companies,” he concludes. “But I think what people need really to understand is that we are moving towards this mobile world, where every every year, in every country, there are more and more people who are working on the go, and Optimoroute
» Cedric Villani visited Croatia lecturing at the University of Zagreb about Mathematics and Art
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/4/2017 | Science , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Cedric Villani, distinguished French mathematician, visited Croatia in 2017 (on the photo with Petra Ivatovic, 2nd grade of the XVth Gymnasium in Zagreb). On 3rd April he delivered two lectures, one for high school students in the city of Zagreb, dealing with Math and Bats, and another at the University of Zagreb, dealing with Mathematics and Art. In several of his previous lectures he mentioned the work of Croatian
» Miro Gavran's seventh Festival in Prague 5-10th April 2017
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/1/2017 | Croatian Language , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
  The festival was initiated in 2003 at the Theater of Jan Palarik in Trnava, Slovakia, where it ran four times until 2009 before relocating in 2013 to Theater LUDOWY in Krakow, Poland. As of 2016, GavranFest takes place in Prague, Czech Republic. Gavran is the only living writer in Europe who has a theater festival dedicated to him, that continuously operates outside his homeland. His books and plays have been translated
» Days of the Croatian Language celebrated 11-17th March each year
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/17/2017 | Croatian Language , Education | Unrated
Days of the Croatian Language (in Croatian, Dani hrvatskoga jezika) is an annual week-long cultural event established by Matica hrvatska (Matrix Croatica) which celebrates the Croatian language. It is held from March 11 to March 17. It was first organized upon Croatian independence in 1991. In 1997 the Croatian Parliament (Sabor) declared that this week would officially commemorate the Declaration on the Status and Name of


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