Pieces of interest regarding Croatian locations, culture and heritage.
Each week the Voice of Croatia produces its Weekend Magazine show which features human interest pieces that provide an in depth look into a certain aspect of Croatian culture, society, art, sports or life.
Today Fažana is not as focused on the more glamorous aspects of the town’s history but on something much simpler: the humble sardine, a staple of the Adriatic diet.
After salt and lamb, cheese has become the third product from the Island of Pag to receive the EU's designation of origin, and has recently been protected with the highest possible protection in the category of food, agricultural products and wines at the European level.
A piece about cabbage rolls the Croatian way.
Christmas is not only a religious holiday but it is also a time when we devote ourselves to family. Its power and role in Croatia society is so great that it can often bring together families separated by long distances. One of the reasons for this is the special menu for dinner on Christmas Eve and lunch on Christmas Day.
Doctor of anthropology, writer, travel blogger and winner of the Zagreb City Award for Cultural Contribution, London returnee Andrea Pisac, has traveled to Croatia, spoken with our grandmothers and recorded recipes from their old notebooks.
It is the month of December. It's chilly outside and Christmas is just around the corner. It's the perfect time to talk about holiday food in the Weekend Magazine! One local museum in Požega looked to the traditional kitchen for inspiration for a seasonal exhibition called Museum in a Pot, a project that explores traditional holiday recipes and customs.
Advent is the time of year when preparations for the Christmas holidays get underway. During the entire month of December Zagreb is full of life and even the winter season cannot chill one's heart when the city is aglow with events and happenings on its many squares and cobblestone streets.
For the fifth year Zagreb hosted the two-day G2 Meeting, held under the slogan ''We build bridges together.'' More than 200 successful Croatians from 18 countries around the world came to seek out better ways of networking fostering partnerships and investment. Also on hand were Croatian craftsmen with original Croatian products.
In conjunction with World Apple Day the peaceful municipality of Desinić in Zagorje observes its own Apple Days.
In ancient Roman times, the island of Pag was so rich in greenery that the Romans referred to it as the Golden Island, thanks to its natural riches. Today, only about four percent of its area is covered with the forest that was once so dearly coveted.