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  • LandscapesSept. 15, 2019

    The Island of Cres

    Cres is, along with its neighbouring island of Krk, the biggest, and after the island of Hvar, the longest Croatian island. It is 66 km long and 12 km wide at the widest point. The first known inhabitants of the island were Liburnians, who inhabited the area from the 7th century B.C.

  • TraditionsSept. 8, 2019

    Preserving traditional farm houses in Babina Greda

    The first written mention of Babina Greda dates from 1506, while the continuous development of human settlement in this area can be traced back to the period of the Romans through the Middle Ages and up to the present.

  • LandscapesSept. 1, 2019

    Petar Preradović’s childhood home renovated in Grabrovnica

    It would be a real shame to visit Podravinia and miss stopping by the house where Croatia poet Petar Preradović was born in the village of Grabrovnica. Until recently, it was dilapidated and attracted few visitors, but that has all changed. The district of Pitomača has renovated the building and turned it into a poetry center.

  • LandscapesAug. 25, 2019

    Plant life on the Premužić trail on Velebit

    In a joint publication by the Velebit Nature Park and the North Velebit National Park, a picture guide entitled "The Floral World of the Premužić trail on the Velebit Mountain" was published by authors Dario Kremer, Ana Brkljačić and Marko Randić.

  • LandscapesAug. 9, 2019

    The Olive groves of Gabela

    Agriculture has always been the main focus of the economy throughout the municipality of Gabela in Herzegovina. Recently, an intensive effort has been underway to plant and develop extensive olive groves.

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