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» Croatian beaches and the art of Picigin
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 10/17/2009 | Trivia , Sports | Unrated
As much an art form as a sport, it's something like volleyball on water, but with a much smaller ball, and, at its best, in the style of a football player taking a spectacular professional dive. Though there's much rivalry between areas, Split's Bačvice beach is considered to be the true home of the game which is ideally played with five players and a "bald" tennis ball.
» World`s Longest Sausage Made In Vinkovci Croatia
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 02/15/2009 | Trivia , Humor And Wisdom , Events , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
On Saturday February 14, 2009 Croatians in Vinkovci cooked up what they claim to be the world's largest sausage, measuring 530 metres or 1,738 feet. Organisers said the sausage was the world's largest and could feed as many as 3,000 people, but adding it was merely "training" for next year when they plan to produce a sausage measuring 1,000 metres. For Valentine. No comments.
» Galesnjak - Croatian Isle of Love - on ABC and HRT TV becoming a world sensation
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Slaven Letica | Published 01/13/2009 | Trivia , News , Media Watch , Environment | Unrated
 Croatian Island of Love is becoming a world sensation. Hrvatski otok Galesnjak postaje svjetska senzacija.
» 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.
» 3 Croatians presently presidents of 3 countries.
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 07/31/2007 | Trivia | Unrated
» January 15th Croatia’s International Day of Recognition
Submitted By Boris Ljubičić, Akademski Slikar | Published 01/14/2007 | Culture And Arts , Events , History , Politics , Trivia | Unrated
  The new Baska Tablet was introduced on the set of a special edition of HRT on January 15, 1992 for the day that Croatia was internationally recognized by 30 countries in Europe and the world.
» (E) Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 07/13/2006 | Trivia | Unrated
Coreopsis Verticillata Zagreb     'Zagreb' can spread in the garden by rhizomes and self-seeding, particularly in moist fertile soils  General Culture:Easily grown in dry to medium wet, well-drained soil in full sun. Thrives in poor, sandy or rocky soils with good drainage. Tolerant of heat, humidity and drought. Prompt deadheading of spent flower stalks can be tedious for a large planting, but does tend to encourage additional bloom. Plants ma
» (E) Croatia plans to tie a giant knot in red thread round its 4,000 kilometers
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 07/11/2006 | Trivia | Unrated
Croatia plans to tie a giant knot in red thread round its 4,000 kilometers   www.academia-cravatica.hrTue Jul 11, 7:51 AM ETZAGREB (AFP) - Croatia plans to tie a giant knot in red thread round its 4,000 kilometers (2,480 miles) of borders to promote the country's cultural heritage and identity, organizers have said. The project 'Tie Around Croatia' was officially launched in the southern Adriatic town of Dubrovnik, where it will also conclude wi
» (E) A Croatian village holds Mercedes world record per capita
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 03/3/2006 | Trivia | Unrated
  A Croatian village with 117 Mercedes cars   Zagreb (Croatia): Grubine, a village in one of Croatia's poorest regions with 800 inhabitants, probably holds a world record in per capita Mercedes ownership with 117 of the luxury cars.A Mercedes, or "Mechka" (bear) as the locals call them, has been a status symbol in the Imotska region since the mid-1960s, when thousands joined other Yugoslavs seeking work in booming

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