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France Television to Film Documentary About Croatian Coast for Cult Series

SplitA French television crew have arrived in the Dalmatian city of Split, where they will film a documentary about the Croatian coast for the popular series Thalassa…

Thalassa is a long-running French documentary television series focusing on geography, ecology, fishing, transportation, and yachting presented by Georges Pernoud and shown every Friday on France 3. The documentary series is produced by France Télévisions and the will feature a 90 minute segment on Croatia.

“We are preparing a special show on Croatia, not only about Split. We’re making a number of reports, such as the Croat commander of a French ship, we have a story about Dubrovnik and its history, and Split we chose because of its exceptional beauty and we will follow young people who are in some way connected with the sea,” said journalist Sophie Bontemps.

It is one of the oldest French TV series still running after starting in 1975, and is still one of the most prominent TV programmes in France with a weekly audience of around 5 million.

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