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» Botanical Garden in Zagreb founded in 1889, through the lens of Nikola Piasevoli
Submitted By Nikola Piasevoli | Published 01/4/2015 | Science , People , Environment , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Nikola Piasevoli amateur photograper fell in love with the Botanical Garden in Zagreb and regularly pays visit on every season, from spring to automn. The Garden was set in 1889 as a gift from the City of Zagreb to the University. The only compensation for it was (and still is) an agreement to open the doors of the Garden to the visitors, free of charge. About 5500 taxa of higher plants grow in Croatia, which is
» Bunjevci Croats from Backa and their Christmas traditions expressed in straw and cakes
Straw work is a unique naive art form which originates from the rich folk art of the Bunjevci-Croats settled in the north of Bačka. In Tavankut, a village near the town Subotica, the self-taught women nourish and preserve this naive art skill by entwining beads and making paintings out of straw which portray specific motifs and themes from the life of the Bunjevci-Croats. Also, delicious and richly ornamented Christ
» TARARA singing and dance connecting Maori people in New Zealand with Croatians
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/18/2014 | Music , People , Humor And Wisdom , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
We invite you to enjoy the magnificent Samoan capella performances and indigenous chants combined with Croatian harmony blockbusters: Vilo moja (My Fairy), Ju te san se zajubio (I Fell In Love With You), Samo moru virujen (I Believe To The See Only), and other. Breathless feeling goes further with Maori who are, within their customs, songs and dances presentation surprising everyone with Maori version of the song "V
» International Folklore Festival in Zagreb 2014 dedicated to the region of Medjimurje in Croatian north
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/12/2014 | Bilingual , Music , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
The 48th International Folklore Festival in Zagreb, 16-20 July 2014, is dedicated to the folklore and heritage of Međimurje, the northernmost part of Croatia. Participants of the Festival also include folklore groups from other parts of Croatia, as well as groups coming from distant foreign countries. Stage performances will be complemented by exhibitions, dance and music workshops, as well as traditional church mus
» Joso's Croatian Seafood Restaurant in Toronto in Stephen Holt's interview with Leo Spralia
Stephen Holt interviews Leo Spralia at Joso's, one of Toronto's top Seafood restaurants, during the Toronto International Film Festival as broadcast on the Stephen Holt Show. Sept.'02. The restaurant serves food prepared in Dalmatian way from Croatian coast. Owned and operated by Leo and Shirley Špralja and founded by Joso Špralja in the 1960′s, Joso’s restaurant has achieved continuous success of
» Croatians Krist Novoselic and Ella Yelich O’Connor aka Lorde take home Grammys
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 01/28/2014 | Entertainment , Culture And Arts , Awards , Events , Music | Unrated
Croatians score two wins at the 2014 Grammy awards. Croatian-American Krist Novoselic won as part of a collaboration with Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney and Pat Smear for best rock song. Ella Yelich O’Connor of New Zealand won two Grammy Awards for Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year for “Royals.”
» Toni Kukoc Croatian basketball sensation in Chicago Bulls and Pink Panther of the NBA
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/19/2013 | Sports , People , Entertainment | Unrated
In Europe they called him The Pink Panther, his lucidity and intelligence fascinated everyone. He gave three European team basketball titles to his hometown Split, Croatia. He won two Olympic silvers, a World Champion title and many awards in Croatia and Europe. In 1992 he was ready to move to the homeland of basketball. He joined the Chicago Bulls, he got the nickname The Croatian Sensation, and he reached the top,
» Croatian events in Argentina 2013: Buenos Aires Celebra Croacia, Klapa Kastav, Chaco, etc.
Submitted By Joza Vrljičak | Published 12/5/2013 | Music , People , Events , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts , Community | Unrated
  Joza Vrljičak sent us numerous video recordings and photos concerning the Croatian Day celebrated in Argentinean capital Buenos Aires, in November 2013. It is estmated that there are about 300,000 citizens of Croatian origin in Argentina. Croatian community in Argentina is very active, espeically in the field of culture. Numerous Croatinas contributed in various ways to the prestige and wellbeing of Argentina. Probably th
» Jolijn Ceelen from the Netherlands learning Croatian Glagolitic Script with her father Mart in Sv. Filip i Jakov
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/11/2013 | Croatian Language , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Ms. Jolijn Ceelen is a very young and gifted painter and designer from the Netherlands (Nijmegen), and her father Mart (Schijndel) is interested in painting as well. In September 2013 they decided to participate in the Fourth Glagolitic Workshop organized by the Society of Glagolites of Zadar, founded in 2012, in order to learn the basics of the exotic Croatian Glagolitic Script. The literature writen using this ama

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