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» Moreska in Croatia the last authentic sword dance in the Mediterranean
Submitted By Davor Rostuhar | Published 04/19/2010 | Bilingual , Tourism , Entertainment , Culture And Arts | Unrated
The moreška dance on the island of Korčula in Croatia can be played only by those for whom at least one parent is from the island. The dance dates from the Middle Ages, and together with the house of Marko Polo represents one of the chief attractions of the island. The confraternity of All Saints is the oldest one on the island, founded back in 1301. Text and photos by Davor Rostuhar, Croatian journalist and photographer.
» Croatia's gold medal winning wines
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 10/17/2009 | Tourism , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Croatia's discovery continues, with wine experts now realising what locals, and those in the know, have  been aware of for many years. The recent Decanter World Wine Awards gave eight gold medals to Croatian wines, whilst Argentina could only muster, seven and Chile four.
» Villa Ruzic in Rijeka and Croatian Tales of Long Ago by Ivana Brlic Mazuranic
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 08/20/2009 | Croatian Language , Tourism , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Villa Ružić, situated in the city of Rijeka, is a top monument of Croatian culture. Among other things it comprises numerous editions of the famous Croatian Tales of Long Ago published by Ivana Brlić Mažuranić in 1916. The book intended for children was translated into some fourty languages, including Chinese. The Villa Ružić is superbly directed by Mr. Theodor de Canziani Jakšić on the left.
» Epidaurus Festival in Cavtat Croatia Aug 28 - Sep 22 2009
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 08/4/2009 | Tourism , People , Events , Culture And Arts , Music | Unrated
CROWN invites you to attend the Third Epiduarus Festival in Cavtat,  from  August 28 to September 22 2009. The Festival has been founded and is directed by infatiguable Croatian pianist Ivana Marija Vidović, on the photo. Cavtat is a lovely town south of Dubrovnik, on Croatian coast. Among principal guests of the Festival this year will be a famous Croatian guitarist Ana Vidović.
» 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.
» Sime Strikoman millenium photos of Croatia
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 03/30/2009 | Tourism , People , Ideas | Unrated
Šime Strikoman is the author of a series of unusual photos representing various aspects of Croatia. For example The Kutjevo Wine Cellars celebrate 777 years of existence, so he made a millenium photo. Equaly interesting are his photos related to the island of Pag, towns of Šibenik, Zadar, Biograd, Split, etc.
» Wooden Baroque Church from 1642 near Zagreb
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 01/17/2009 | Tourism , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
The Church of St. Barbara in Zagreb is the most important example of folk wooden sacral architecture of the Baroque period in Croatia. It was built of oak timber in 1642. It is very near the Zagreb airport.
» Croatian Natural Heart found by Google Earth on Island Galesnjak near Zadar
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Slaven Letica | Published 12/31/2008 | Tourism , Media Watch , Environment , Entertainment , Trivia | Unrated
On the coast of Croatia, is this gorgeous heart shaped island, lined on every side with golden sands. Honeymoon location anyone? Croatia has 1185 islands, and 66 among them inhabited.
» SNAV MSC Cruises in Dubrovnik
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 12/5/2008 | Tourism | Unrated
In the last 7 years, MSC Cruises fleet brought over 700,000 guests to the Croatian city often nicknamed The Pearl of Adriatic - Dubrovnik, the only port in Croatia where passengers can embark MSC ships and start a vacation of their dreams. In 2008 alone MSC ships have called Dubrovnik 73 times carrying onboard over 200,000 passengers.

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