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Record 1.5 Million People See Croatia from Bird’s-Eye View Exhibition 


Croatia from Above is the most successful exhibition ever in Croatia (photo credit: Davor Rostuhar)

You can check out Croatia’s beauty from a birds-eye view in the Dalmatian city of Zadar as the unique travelling exhibition ‘Croatia from Above’ arrives…

‘Croatia from Above’ includes spectacular photos taken from photographer Davor Rostuhar. The exhibition is the most visited exhibition in Croatian history with over 1.5 million people in 22 towns checking it out.

Rostuhar spent 7 years taking photos from the air and has gathered some amazing shots of towns, animals and buildings from never-seen before angles.


The photo-monograph National Geographic—Croatia from Above is Croatia’s first photo-monograph sponsored by National Geographic and as a result has been seen in over 50 countries.


“The best testament to the quality of the photographs is the popularity of the exhibition, as well as the chosen brand of National Geographic Magazine. Publishing with National Geographic Magazine is further confirmation of the high esthetic criteria that the author fully meets,” Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović said.

Exhibition is now in Zadar (photo: Croatia from Above)

Exhibition is now in Zadar (photo: Croatia from Above)

The photo exhibition is currently on Zadar’s famous Monument or Greeting to the Sun until 16 August 2016.

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