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Krapina is a town in northwestern Croatia. The capital of the Krapina-Zagorje County. The name of the city is closely associated with the name of the river that once abounded in freshwater fish carp. “Kajkavski carp” fish called the carp. From Krapinske medieval fortress – a city on a hill above Krapina, preserved only one […]
River Una makes a large part of the natural boundaries of Croatian and Bosnia and Herzegovina. At the source of the mountain river, and to go to the mouth, becomes a lowland river. Total length of the Una is about 212 km. The mouth is in Jasenovac, where it flows into the river Sava. The […]
Motovun is a town and municipality in Croatia, in Istria. The best preserved medieval fortress of Istria peninsula, which developed on the top of a steep hill. In prehistoric times, the illyrian and celtic tribes built their fortresses on the site of Motovun. His name is also of celtic origin, and is derived from the […]
Brijuni islands National Park in the Adriatic Sea, on the Croatian Adriatic. Situated a few kilometers west of the Istrian coast, opposite the town of Pula. They consist of 14 islands and islets. Brijuni islands, one of the true gems of Istria, situated almost at the northwestern edge of the Pula harbor. The group of […]