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» A famous Croatian Professor Balthazar shown by Google on its front page on June 21st 2013
Professor Balthazar is probably the most famous Croatian professor in the world, a popular figure of cartoon movies, familiar to millions of children throughout the world. It has been created in 1967, that is, 46 years ago, by Zlatko Grgić, a member of the lagendary Zagreb School of Animated Film. On June 21st 2013 Google placed the professor on its front page. Professor Balthazar was equally popular among children fourty
» Nikola Primorac Croatian captain of City of Ragusa craft sailing from Liverpool to New York and back in 1870
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/18/2013 | People , History , Entertainment , Education , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
There are honored people in Croatian maritime history who contributed to the various fields of maritime affairs. One of them is Captain Nikola Primorac, born in Dubrovnik on July 27, 1840, who sailed in his small boat across the Atlantic from Liverpool to New York and back to Liverpool, England. In Liverpool he made a bet with one Englishman for 100 pound sterling that he will cross the Atlantic in a small boat. It was se
» Julija Vojkovic champion of International Competition in Middle Age Fencing in Pavone Canavese Italy
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/8/2013 | Sports , Events , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
In 2013 a small Croatian group participated in the International Competition of Middle Age Fencing in Pavone Canavese Italy. And for the first time in the history of competition, a brand new team won to first places. Julija Vojkovic won the first place in fencing. She composed her fantastic dresses sewing them alone, based on old traditional, extremely elegant Croatian costumes from the region of Vrlika. Julija is profess
» Miro Gavran's interviews and plays to be shown in Poland, the Czech Republic and in Belgium in June 2013
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/7/2013 | Croatian Language , Poetry , Humor And Wisdom , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Miro Gavran, the greatest contemporary Croatin playwright, will soon have several appearances with his plays and interviews in Poland, the Czech Republic, and in Belgium. His works have been translated into 35 languages worldwide, including Chinese. His play Hotel Babilon is in some way very special: it is a monodrama in which his wife Mladena Gavran (on the photo) plays as many as ELEVEN different roles.
» Don Wolf author of autobiographical photo monograph Croatian Love Story
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 05/26/2013 | People , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories , Community , Charity | Unrated
Long before Don Wolf was born, the outline for A Croatian Love Story was formed in the 1900’s. An ethnic neighborhood was the site where determined women and men struggled to build, to educate and to become citizens. These Croatian immigrants formed the strong shoulders supporting cherished traditions as they learned to live in and to love their new country. Don’s photographs depict Croatian life both in
» Miro Gavran Croatian writer and ceremonial 300th performance of his drama in the Prague in Czech Republic
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/20/2013 | Croatian Language , Events , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
On Sunday, April 14th in Prague, Theater STUDIO DVA presented the ceremonial 300th performance of Miro Gavran's drama 'All About Men', translated by Blanka Kučerova and Blanka Fišerova, and directed by Jana Janekova. Miro Gavran is a well-known author in the Czech Republic; so far, he has had twelve premieres there, as well as two published books - a drama book, and the novel 'Judita'. Miro Gavran's works have hither
» Vinodol Collection of old Croatian tunes sung and played near the Adriatic Sea
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/2/2013 | Music , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Vinodol Collection consists of the oldest known Croatian tunes sung and played in the region near the town of Bribir, situated not far from the Adriatic Sea. The collection is a result of enthusiasm and efforts of maestro Ivica Kaliman, b. in 1926, to preserve the songs that were sung about a century ago in Croatian villages near this part of Croatian coast. The efforts resulted in CD published by Maraton in 2013.
» Miro Gavran distinguished Croatian writer was performed in India in Hindi in March 2013
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/27/2013 | Croatian Language , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
On March 23rd there was the premiere of  Miro Gavran’s play “Forget Hollywood” in Hyderabad, India, produced by the Theater SIFAR. The play was translated into Hindi, and directed by Feroze Ahmed, while the leading roles are played by Chandra Shekhawat and Shravant Koneru. Miro Gavran's theatrical pieces are of global popularity, translated into 35 languages.
» Nenad Bach singing without his hat in 1978 in Croatia's capital Zagreb
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/21/2013 | Music , Entertainment | Unrated
Nenad Bach started his music career in the 1970s. One of his earliest registered appearances is from 1978, from Croati's capital Zagreb. He interpreted his song Nokturno with his band Vrijeme i Zemlja (Time and Earth) at the Zagreb Chanson 1978, playing piano. We also provide a few of his latest fantastic songs: I Will Follow You, Everything is Forever, Daughter's Eyes, All I Want Is Freedom, and Vukovar. His voice,


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