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3,000 People to Jump off Zadar’s Waterfront

Croatia1713,000 people will tomorrow simultaneously jump into the sea forming a domino effect from the waterfront of the Dalmatian city of Zadar…

The DM Millennium Jump, which is now in its 9th year, will start at 14:00 and there are still places up for grabs if anyone is in the area. Those partaking in the jump first have to be accredited and that can be done on Zadar’s Narodni square and also on Kalelarga from 19:00 – 23:00 tonight. For the first time this year there will also be a ‘dress up’ jump, with participants invited to dress up in their craziest outfit for the jump.

The event, which is growing in stature each year, is believed to be the largest of its kind in the world. Sponsors of the event are cosmetics and healthcare retail chain dm–drogerie markt, who provided free skin checks up on the waterfront during the day as well as other activities.

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