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[VIDEO] An Interesting Look at One of the Oldest Towns in Croatia – Senj

Senj-sa-Tvr--ave-NehajThe town of Senj, located on the upper Adriatic coast in the foothills of the Mala Kapela and Velebit mountains, is one of the oldest towns in Croatia and has a rather interesting history…

In this video from Touristar TV, learn some interesting things about Senj, including about the symbol of the town – the Nehaj Fortress – which was completed in 1558, why it is known as the town of bura, stone, poets, 45th parallel and ambushers (Uskoci). The clip also features some foreigners trying to tackle Croatian poetry. The group read Kranjčević’s “Senju gradu” (3:46′ mark in the video).

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