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The Krka National Park was proclaimed in 1985, as the seventh national park in Croatia.

The national park is a vast and primarily unaltered area of exceptional natural value, including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. The purpose of the park is primarily to serve science, culture, education and recreation, while tourism activities have also been introduced for its visitors.


Krka National Park lies within Šibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 km2 of the loveliest sections of the Krka River, and the lower course of the Čikola River. The Krka National Park was proclaimed in 1985, as the seventh national park in Croatia, though certain sections of the Krka River were already protected as early as 1948.

Including the submerged part of the river at the mouth, the Krka River is 72.5 km long, making it the 22nd longest river in Croatia. It springs in the foothills of the Dinara mountain range, 2.5 km northeast of Knin. With its seven waterfalls and a total drop in altitude of 242 m, the Krka is a natural and karst phenomenon. The travertine waterfalls of the Krka River are the fundamental phenomenon of this river.



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Plitvice lakes National Park

Croatia's first National park established in 1949 covers 296.85 km2 of breathtaking natural splendor becoming with it the largest among the eight national parks of the country. Ranging in altitude from 367 m (Koranski most) to 1279 m (Seliški vrh) above sea level. The park was inscribed on the UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1979, in recognition of its "outstanding natural beauty and undisturbed production of travertine (tufa) through chemical and biological action". The park represents a phenomenon of karst hydrography.

The park harbours a grand collection of waterfalls, gallery of lakes, forest and diversity of animal life. The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colors, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue. The colors change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight. The sixteen lakes which are formed by natural dams of travertine are separated into upper and lower lakes. About eight km of pathways and wooden walking trails around lakes are accessible to visitors. Trails are descending from an altitude of 636m to 503m above sea level.

The Park is situated at 44°51N 15°37E, 44.85°N 15.62°E, in central Croatia, in the eastern part of the mountainous region of Lika-Seni county. The National Park is also home to 4,000 inhabitants. The local economy is based on tourism and farming.

Plitvice lakes are recognized as an astonishing natural monument for the benefit and enjoyment of the people now and for the generations to come. Today, 60 years after its establishment, Plitvice Park continues to provide inspiration for visitors becoming nowadays one of Croatia's biggest attractions. Thousands of people from all over the world visit the Park during summer. They come to find peace and relaxation just to experience something different as a getaway from the city.

Hiking is a common activity with organized programs for park visitors, other possible activities include: electric boat and train ride, cycling, skiing and rowing.

"There are water, lakes, waterfalls and forest elsewhere, but Plitvice Lakes, are unique they simply must be seen!" (Academic, Ivo Pevalek, 1937) Come for a visit and take away the experience of a lifetime.. It is time to get out and enjoy the beautiful outdoor in Croatia!




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Second largest city in the Republic of Croatia and the largest Croatian city on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, situated between the rivers Žrnovnica in the east and the west Jadro. A city that offers a shade of the Marjan forest in the western part of the peninsula, 15 kilometers of promenade and Dalmatian song in the cobbled streets of the old town, situated on one of the sunniest parts of the central Mediterranean is known for its climate, measurablethrough 2700 hours per year.

Split is a major Croatian, Mediterranean cultural center, the largest today, and other university center in Croatia,after Zagreb has the highest number of diplomatic, consular, or representative offices of international organizationsin Croatia.

Split, a city on the sea and one of the most important tourist destinations in Croatia. has a b shipbuilding industry and developed construction business, and manufacturing. Split is also a hub of IT activities and the seat ofone of the largest chain stores in Croatia.

Given the population of Split in the ranks among the cities with the most successful athletes who have wonOlympic, World and European medals in swimming, water polo, rowing, sailing, soccer, basketball, handball,athletics, martial arts ...

Split is a city in which the chronicler easy to write down how he lives his slow pace, you'll quickly get used to. The feeling that every day is a holiday, squares, restaurants and bars full of people and unavoidable "boardwalk" thatsummer, managed a slight refreshing breeze and the winter as a winter coat, the Mediterranean sun and protect the palace from the cold, and all this can be expressed a simple statement - feel at home.


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Šibenik is located just about in the center of the Croatian Adriatic coast, in the picturesque, indented ay that the Krka River, one of the most beautiful karst in Croatia, flows into. Today Šibenik is an administrative-political, economic and socio-cultural center of the Šibenik-Knin County, which spreads along the coast between the shores of Zadar and Split, approximately 100 km long, and its inland reaches as far as the Dinara Mountain, 45 km away.

The Šibenik bay, which is 10 km long and 300-1200 meters wide, opens torwards the open sea and islands through a narrow curving channel. The coastal area of Šibenik stretches only a few kilometers from the sea, to the hilly range of Trtar, and in the southeast to the Svilaja Mountin. This area, in which the most citizens in the county live, experienced a b urbanization after World War II. Just about all production capacities are located here, and just about all econimic strength an activity of the county are concentrated here.

The city of Šibenik has an exceptionally significant traffic position that enables direct communication. The backbone is the Adriatic coastal road whit extensions to Drniš (33 km away) and Knin (55 km away) and further to the Croatian inland. Another significant means of transportation is the train that leads to Zagreb and Split. Air traffic goes through the Split Airport in Kaštela (45 km away) na Zemunik Airport (50 km away). An even better connection between Šibenik and the rest of Croatian and Europe is the mewly built Dalmatina Highway.


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Medjugorje is a small village, situated in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It used to be quite ordinaryvillage with a church, and residents have lived their lives obrađivajući land, planted tobacco and vineyards, andvarious vegetables and fruits to ensure food for their families. Lived modestly, from day to day until the 24th 06th1981st when an unusual event occurred which told the children. Several children claimed that they are the brightlight showed a woman with child in hand and asked her to come nearer. Of course, nobody believed it, but the kidsand the next day visited the same place again and again experienced the figure of Our Lady with whom they continued to pray. Soon the place overwhelmed the visitors who also want to pray and see her.

Today, Medjugorje has become one of the most popular Catholic shrines in the world, visited by many pilgrimshere, finding peace in believing.


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Croatian and Mediterranean pearl
After his visit to Dubrovnik, the Irish writer George Bernard Shaw wrote: "Those who seek paradise on Earth should come and see Dubrovnik".
Dubrovnik is unique in the world due to its impressive medieval fortresses, churches, monasteries and palaces, and it is often called the pearl of the Adriatic.

More than a thousand years of its history have made Dubrovnik a European cultural center. Initially, a small community, the city is flourishing and soon became the center of the independent Republic of Dubrovnik. Republic mastered the art of seafaring, creating a fleet on the southern Adriatic, which is comparable to the one he had in Venice in the north. History is present throughout the city, which is both a museum and a lively stage where they meet the cultural heritage and contemporary life. Each house is a monument to a unique value. The historic core is surrounded by monumental walls that have been preserved in its original form and open to visitors as the biggest attractions of Dubrovnik. Than in 1979. City of UNESCO - A.

When you are in Dubrovnik and walking the narrow streets and small plains of the old town you will see a huge number of attractions. Make the shortlist in a variety of different places worth visiting is indeed a challenge. In the museum of the Franciscan monastery is an inventory of the third oldest pharmacy in Europe (1317). The treasury of the cathedral are kept meticulously designed artifacts from 11th-19th century, while the Museum of the Dominican convent of collection of paintings by masters of Dubrovnik school of painting from the 15th and 16 the century. The Ducal Palace, exhibited a collection of art objects, furniture, porcelain and pharmacy inventory Domus Christi from the 1420th year, and the Maritime Museum can see the history of Dubrovnik's maritime tradition.



With the most important art institution of the city - Dubrovnik Art Gallery, with an exceptionally rich holdings and organizing prestigious international art event, a walking city and you'll discover a number of private galleries that regularly hosts exhibitions of Croatian and international modern painters.
In many libraries kept literary heritage that bears witness to the rich history of the former republics. The library of the Franciscan monastery owns more than seventy thousand books and hundreds of manuscripts and incunabula, and Scientific Library, there are hundreds of thousands of books ukjučujući those printed before the 1500th year. In the National Archives preserve the documents from the period of rise and fall of the Dubrovnik Republic.

During one of the oldest and most prominent manifestation, the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, the city's palaces, churches and meadow turned into a unique stage on which the months of July and August show music, theater and folklore programs. Chamber Music Festival Julian Rachln & Friends održva every September, and at open air events take place such as the performance of Renaissance music and dance, medieval festivals and concerts of Dalmatian. In May, the Libertas film festival held in October Early Music Festival. Traditional events include the Christmas Christmas carols, carnival, masked balls and the festival of St.. Blaise, patron of Dubrovnik, in February.
Another important reason worth visiting Dubrovnik is definitely his warm, mild and dry Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperature is 18 degrees Celsius. Dubrovnik has about 260 sunny days a year, and days without sun are indeed rare. The temperature never falls below zero, and the snow is extremely rare. During the winter rainy period occurs. Dubrovnik from warm and humid south-east wind, protects the island of Lokrum and the cold north wind Srd hill. In summer it freshens even a slight wind from the northwest.
Thus the climatic characteristics favoring a diverse and luxuriant subtropical flora. Rose, mimosa and violet flowers in the middle of winter, iris, daffodils, and geranium in early spring. The air is filled with the scent of aromatic herbs and Elafitski coast and islands are covered with mediterranean plants, pine trees, cypresses, vineyards, olive groves and fruit trees.
Dubrovnik is a place of gastronomic delight, and an outdoor life and Mediterranean style complemented by the rich and varied and delicious food - recipes from the past when the time is slowly passing by more slowly. Oysters (Ostrea edulis) are grown in a natural way. The taste of the sea and marine delicacies remained the same even after several centuries.
Dubrovnik is an excellent choice for those seeking a challenge and an active vacation. Entertainment, recreation and sports are available throughout the year. Enjoy a jeep safari, horseback riding, canoe safari, kayaking, sailing and visiting islands Elaphite national park on the island of Mljet. Do not miss to go to the island of Lokrum Dubrovnik which is located about 700 m, and which is also known island of love. Discover the remains of a Benedictine monastery from the 12th century and the promenade to the Royal Castle, enjoy a walk accompanied by peacocks or enjoy the sun on the nudist beach.



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