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» Croatian town Lipik needs help to rebuild Kursalon
Submitted By Ivan Pušćenik | Published 06/29/2010 | Bilingual , Tourism , Friends In Action , Environment , Culture And Arts | Unrated
The Kursalon, the neo-Renaissance style cafe in the town Lipik, Croatia, was constructed in 1893, with concert and a dance halls, a movie theater, restaurants, a piano bar, casino etc. It was the central point of the social and cultural life of the town until 1991, when it was destroyed  and burned during the Serbian aggression on Croatia. This is an appeal to rebuild one of the trademarks of the town of Lipik. On the photo Nenad Bach and I
» Croatian Warm Sea project - Projekt Hrvatsko Toplo More
Submitted By Zoran Posinovec, attorney at law | Published 06/17/2010 | Bilingual , Tourism , Environment , Business | Unrated
The unused and neglected thermal and therapeutic springs in NW Croatia call for urgent action, in the area full of  castles, granges and villas. We want to renovate existing structures and put the unused springs to use, to invest in tourist-health centres. We invite Croats who are interested in taking part in this project to get in touch with us as soon as they can.
» Sensational Croatian electric car launched at the Geneva Motor Show 2010
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 05/29/2010 | News , Ideas , Events , Environment , Companies | Unrated
Dok-Ing is the Croatian producer of high-tech robots, primarily for the US military. It has recently launched an attractive electric mini-car with vertical-opening doors. It can achieve 130km/h, acceleration of 0-100km/h in 7.7s. After 8 hours connected to a 220V network it gets a full charge of its lithium-phosphate, and can travel up to 250km without having to plug it. Director Vjekoslav Majetić on the photo and design by Igor Jurić.
» Nenad Bach, Boris Ljubicic & Davor Pavuna at TEDxZAGREB April 2010
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 05/6/2010 | Ideas , Events , Environment , Entertainment , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Ideas worth spreading: Nenad Bach: A lifetime of advocating for peace has led Nenad to question: What is Freedom? Boris Ljubičić: Designer in quest, he has subordinated personal to the general, persistent and uncompromising promoter of Croatian visual identity. Davor Pavuna: unusual physicist with vision, exposing on eternal theme - Ah, Love!
» International Trust for Croatian Monuments in London
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 07/10/2009 | Environment , Education | Unrated
The International Trust for Croatian Monuments was founded in London in 1991 in response to damage and destruction of monuments of culture in Croatia caused by war. One of the the aims is to raise awareness of the rich cultural and artistic heritage of Croatia. The Trust has been founded by  Lady Jadranka Beresford-Peirse, on the photo.
» Low Impact Living Workshop in Croatia presented by Simon Dale July 3-12, 2009
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 06/26/2009 | Učimo od drugih - We learn from others , Environment | Unrated
Simon Dale, the creator of a woodland home in Wales, will be presenting a seminar on low impact living in Croatia from July 3-12 in the village of Blatuša. This seminar will be sponsored by EkoSense, an organization that promotes a culture of living with nature.
» Museum of Frogs in Lokve, Croatia
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 04/8/2009 | Tourism , Sports , Environment , Entertainment | Unrated
In the village of Lokve in the region of Gorski Kotar in Croatia there is a unique museum devoted to frogs, called Muzej žaba - Museum of Frogs. Regular competitions are organized in frog jumping, which are very popular, among children as well as among grown-ups. Competitors with their frogs arrive from all over Croatia.
» Earth Hour on Saturday March 28th 2009 8:30 pm local time
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 03/27/2009 | Environment | Unrated
On March 28, at 8:30 pm local time, one billion people will go dark for Earth Hour. World Wildlife Fund is asking individuals, businesses, and governments around the world to turn off their lights to make a global statement and to demonstrate commitment to finding solutions. Mole se ljudi širom svijeta da 28. ožujka 2009. u 20.30 sati ugase svjetla i ujedine se u stvaranju bolje budućnosti
» Zadar Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea under the snow in February 2009
Submitted By Ivana Marija Vidović | Published 03/17/2009 | Environment , Entertainment | Unrated
By the end of February 2009 the city of Zadar was completely covered with snow. We provide an interesting presentation by Darko Tomičić, submitted by Ivana Marija Vidović. On the photo is a palm in Zadar covered with snow, as well as The Monument to the Sun behind it, both just by the seashore.


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