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» Croatian Cooking & Brenda Brkusic on KOCE-TV
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 08/1/2010 | Tourism , Entertainment , Education , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Brenda Brkušić shows us how to make delicious, healthy, traditional dinner from the Coastal region of Croatia, like Brudet, Blitva and Polenta. Croatia is known for its pristine island beaches, crystal clear waters and picturesque architecture, but we learn in this episode of Cooking for Health and Pleasure that it is also known for great food!
» Ashley Colburn and WOW Croatia won an 2010 Emmy Award
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 07/30/2010 | Tourism , Entertainment , Culture And Arts | Unrated
American television journalist and producer Ashley Colburn has won a prestigious Emmy Award for her documentary "WOW Croatia," which was filmed in October last year in our country, supported by Croatian National Tourist Board. From the historical walls of Dubrovnik to the markets and ties of Zagreb - get ready for a first class exploration of this amazing country.
» Fifty three Croatian wines awarded at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2010
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 07/19/2010 | Tourism , Croatian Cuisine , Awards , Business | Unrated
Fifty three Croatian wines have won awards at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2010, one of the most prestigious and acclaimed competitions in the industry. In 2009 Croatia has been hailed as a major force in the wine world after the country won more gold medals than established rivals including the US, New Zealand and Portugal at a leading tasting competition.
» The Korea Times: Croatia – ‘Miss World’ of the Mediterranean
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 07/16/2010 | Tourism , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Mr. Lee Chang-sup, The Korea Times correspondent, wrote a very nice article about Croatia. Writing about Plitvice Lakes, Mr. Lee expressed his opinion that Croatians may feel their pride hurt when this national park is compared with the Niagara Falls in the U.S. and the Iguazu Falls near the border of Brazil and Argentina, at least in natural beauty.
» 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.
» 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.


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