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Picasso In Zagreb


The exhibition PICASSO – Masterpieces from Musée National Picasso, Paris, which is the largest and most significant exhibition of Picasso’s work in Europe, will open at the Klovic Palace art gallery in Croatia’s capital Zagreb on 14 February 2013. The Zagreb exhibition will showcase 56 of the artist’s original works from the ...

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“Croatia Will Be Number One Destination In 2013”


According to surveys conducted by the Turkish Travel Journalists Association, Croatia will be the top tourist destination in Europe in 2013. The results, published by SETimes, has Croatia in number one spot, followed by Turkey second, the Czech Republic, Portugal and Island.

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Government Breaking Law With Tax Dodgers Campaign


A telecommunications expert is accusing the Croatian government of breaking the law during its campaign to try to catch tax dodgers, reports Croatian news portal Index. Just days after introducing new fiscalization laws, making it compulsory for all traders to have fiscal cash registers that are hooked up with the state tax ...

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PHOTO: Croatia’s Nicest House According To Architects


Croatian architect Idis Turato has won the annual “Drago Galic” award for the most successful residential architecture project at the 2012 Croatian Architects Association awards. Turato’s “Nest and Cave House” overlooks the sea in the Opatija Riviera on Croatia’s northern Adriatic coast.  two      

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Giant Baby Girl Born In Karlovac

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One of the heaviest and longest baby girls on record in Croatia was born in the town of Karlovac yesterday, reports Mrzenica radio station. The young mother shocked doctors in the Karlovac hospital when she gave birth via cesarean section to a baby girl weighing 5310 grams and measuring 58cm. Staff at ...

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Sisters Meet Again After 72 Years Thanks To Facebook


Two sisters in their 80’s have met for the first time in 72 years after being separated during World War II, thanks to the social network Facebook. Tanija Delic (88) and Hedija Talic (82) were born in Bosnia and spent their early childhood there, but in the summer of 1941 during World War II, ...

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Croatian Tourism Generates €6.4B


In the first 9 months of 2012 Croatia generated 6.4 billion euros in revenue from tourism, 5.3% more than in the same period in 2011, according to data released by the Croatian National Bank (HNB). The Ministry of Tourism were particularly pleased with the third quarter of 2012, when it ...

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