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» Dina Levacic Croatian marathon swimmer
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/13/2021 | Sports , Education | Unrated
Dina Levačić, Croatian marathon swimmer born in 1996 in the city of Split, is the first Croatian woman to have swam across La Manche (34 km, 2017), in close to 12 hours. She also swam Hernandarias - Parana (88 km, Argentina), Santa Fe (57 km, Argentina, 2014), 2014 the Catalaina Channel (Los Angeles, 34 km, 20217), 20 Manhattan Bridges (46 km, 2017, USA), Molokai Channel (42 km, Hawaii, USA, 2018), Tsugaru Channel (connecting the
» Dr. Slobodan Lang 1945-2016: "Storm" was humanitarian operation that prevented genocide
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/5/2021 | History , Education | Unrated
Operation "Storm" (August 1995) is the first ever military action that prevented genocide. It prevented genocide in the region of Bihać in the western part Bosnia, where there were at that time about 150,000 thousand people, and where I expected that if the case of Srebrenica happened again, there would have been about at least 12,000 people killed. For that reason I gave specifically asked president Tuđman to ta
» Exhibition of Croatian culture in Korean National Library in Seoul 2021
Submitted By Mirna Lipovac | Published 08/4/2021 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
A very special exhibition called Croatian Traces of Thousand Years, Literature and Cultural Heritage from the Middle Ages to Modern Time was held at The National Library of Korea in its capital Seoul from June 28th until July 25th , 2021. This exhibition presented the Republic of Croatia and its diverse cultural wealth. Ms. Suh Hye-ran, the Director of the National Library of Korea, pointed out in her speech that i
» Tin Srbic silver medal for Croatia in gymnastics horizontal bar in Tokyo 2021
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/3/2021 | Sports , Education | Unrated
Tin Srbić's silver medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2021 is the second Olympic medal for Croatian gymnastics after Filip Ude in 2008 in Beijing. It is a huge success of Croatian gymnast, and among greatest in the history of Croatian sports. Tin Srbić is a former world champion in gymnastics horizontal bar from 2019. At the World Challenge Cup, organized in the city of Osijek, Croatia 2021, he won gold medal.
» Yoko Nishii's concert in Tokamachi on the occasion of Croatia's participation at 2021 Olympic Games in Japan
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/25/2021 | Music , Sports , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
On the occasion of the participation of the Republic of Croatia at the 2021 Olympic Games in Japan, Yoko Nishii, Japanese pianist, gave a concert in the city of Tokamachi. The city is marked with Japan Croatia Friendship House, as a special sign of friendship between the two countries. Yoko Nishii is fluent in Croatian language, and she had as many as 50 soloist concerts in 24 Croatian cities.
» Croatia 21st among 107 countries at 2021 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO)
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/23/2021 | Education | Unrated
Here are individual results of the members of the IMO math team representing Croatia: Bernard Inkert (gold), Ivan Vojvodić (silver), Krešimir Nežmah (silver), Andrej Čizmarević (bronze), Dorijan Lendvaj (bronze), Jakov Ljubičić (bronze). The leader of the team was Matija Bašić, while Josip Pupić was deputy leader. Young Croatian team has surpassed such mathematical super-powers like India and Japan. Among 27 c
» Marko Marulic 1450-1524 Croatian Renaissance writer published "Judith" in 1521
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/2/2021 | Croatian Language , Education | Unrated
Marko Marulić, distinguished Croatian Renaissance writer, wrote his Judita (Judith) in 1501, and published in Venice in 1521 (i.e., 500 years ago), for which he says expressly to be written in the Croatian verses (versi harvatski). Some of his original verses are held in Glasgow (GB). His Judith was translated into English, Hungarian, French, Italian, and some parts into Spanish. Marulic's De institutione bene vivendi, published
» Drago Stambuk: I am inclined to believe that there was a Croatian homeland in ancient Persia
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/14/2021 | Education | Unrated
Based on a large number of recently available sources and facts, I am inclined to believe that there was a Croatian homeland in ancient Persia. It was called Harahvati (Greek: Arachosi, or "White India"). ... The ethnonym "Croat" is also of old Iranian origin, whilst the Croatian name zabrana, for ruler, is also an Iranian word. It means "guardian" or "national leader". Not far from Tehran is the city of Kashan where t
» Alex Grossmann 1930-2019 distinguished Croatian-French mathematician a founder of Wavelet Theory
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 05/14/2021 | Science , People , Education | Unrated
Alex Grossmann (Alexander, Alexandre) was born in the city of Zagreb, where he completed his studies of Physics at the University of Zagreb, and earned his PhD in 1955, at that time employed at the Ruđer Bošković Institute in Croatia's capital. He spent the period between 1955 and 1965 in the USA, working among others at the Insitutute of Advanced Study, Princeton, and at the Courant Insitutue of Mathematics, NY. Since 1965 he was em


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