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VIDEO: 3D Animation Of Golf Park Dubrovnik Project

After earlier this month receiving the green light from the Ministry of Environment, representatives from Drustvo Razvoj golf have presented their plans to build a Golf Park in Dubrovnik on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast.

Drustvo Razvoj golf presented a 3D animation of their project, and they say that Golf Park Dubrovnik will put Dubrovnik on the world map as an elite golfing destination, which will be of great benefit to the local community, opening up a large number of jobs and creating added value to all citizens of Dubrovnik and its visitors. The park will include an 18 and 9 hole golf course, sports centre, hotel, tennis courts, a horse-riding club, parks, galleries, cycling and running tracks, swimming pools, cafes, restaurants, bars and parks and more.

A public debate about the effects the golf park will have on the environment will take place on 8 January in Dubrovnik and Drustvo Razvoj golf invite all interested parties to participate in the debate.

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