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Croatian President Concludes State Visit to New Zealand with Prime Minister Meeting in Wellington

Croatian President Concludes State Visit to New Zealand with Prime Minister Meeting in Wellington

On the last day of her state visit to New Zealand, Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović met with New Zealand’s Prime Minister Mr. Bill English. They discussed an unavoidable topic: the Croatian community in New Zealand that has contributed a great deal to the country’s development, additionally developing some of its industries, such as the production...

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Unique Wind-Powered Salt Pans in Makarska

Unique Wind-Powered Salt Pans in Makarska

by Iva Ralica The tradition of sea salt production along the Adriatic coast is an anthropological legacy. Salt pans in the southern Dalmatian area of Ston are the oldest in Europe and the largest preserved ones in the history of the Mediterranean. Salt pans in the southern Dalmatian area of Ston are the oldest in...

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Eat Me Dalmatia – Part 2

Eat Me Dalmatia – Part 2

by S.P This year we started our family holiday in Dubrovnik where a friend of mine has a rental place. After sampling some of Dubrovnik’s delights we moved on to Pelješac. A peninsula in the south of Croatia. I think it is still a bit undiscovered by tourists but it is basically wine central to...

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Guide to Zagreb’s Markets

Guide to Zagreb’s Markets

By Iva Ralica If you wish to avoid the stores when buying groceries, flowers or even some other goods, Zagreb offers a few alternatives – farmers’ markets. The first farmers’ market in Zagreb was opened back in 1850 and today almost every neighborhood has one. They are usually near the local centre and open from...

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