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Aquapark Aquacolors Poreč – Croatia’s Largest Water Park

Aquapark Aquacolors Poreč is the largest Croatian water park situated near the tourist resort Zelena Laguna in Poreč in Istria. Aquacolors Poreč extends on over 100,000 m2 of land and welcomes between 3,000 and 5,000 daily visitors during the summer. Aquacolors officially opened in May of 2015 and it is ...

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One of Croatia’s Oldest Celebrates Her 106th Birthday

One of the oldest living people in Croatia celebrated her 106th birthday. Marija Topolnjak, from Dunjkovec near Nedelišće in Međimurje County in the north of Croatia, has celebrated her 106th yesterday. The head of Nedelišće Council, as well as officials from Međimurje County and a journalist from emedjimurje joined the ...

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[VIDEO] Snow Falls on Korčula & Vis Islands

Last week, for the first time in 8 years, snow fell on Dubrovnik’s famous Old Town, creating some stunning scenes in the process. Today it was the turn of other places renowned for its sunshine – the islands of Korčula and Vis. Temperatures dropped to zero and several centimetres of snow ...

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Croatia Internationally Recognized 25 Years Ago Today

25 years ago today the European Community formally recognised Croatia as an independent nation. On 15 January 1992, 12 countries making up the European Community – France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Denmark, Ireland, Greece, Spain, Portugal – finally recognised Croatia as an independent state. “Today, 15 January ...

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[PHOTOS] Romantic Zagreb Under Snow Captured

The first serious snow of the winter hit the Croatian capital Zagreb on Friday afternoon and continued to fall into the night. The ‘romantic’ atmosphere was captured by the city’s keen Instagramers. Here are some of the pick of the shots. Saturday dawned fine, creating some picturesque scenes as the ...

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Vatican Recognizes Independence of Croatia 25 Years Ago Today

On this day 25 years ago the Vatican formally recognized the independence of Croatia. On 13 January 1992 the Vatican, with Pope John Paul II at the helm, decided not to wait for European governments to formally recognize the independence of Croatia and showed strong support for the predominantly Roman ...

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Olympia Sky to Open in Vodice in June 2017

Another new luxury accommodation facility will be opening its doors this summer on the Croatian coast. Hotel Olympia will be opening its new luxury wing Olympia Sky in June 2017 in Vodice, which is just 15 km from Šibenik on the Dalmatian coast. Olympia Sky will have 148 accommodation units ...

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