UNESCO World Heritage Site consists of a World Heritage Site and World Heritage Sites. Since September 2006, the World Heritage by UNESCO has become and intangible heritage.
Croatia now has 12 properties inscribed on UNESCO’s Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage: Lacemaking in Croatia; Feast of St. Blaise – the patron of Dubrovnik; Alka – a knights’ tournament in Sinj; Annual Carnival Bell ringers from Kastav; The annual spring procession of the queen from Gorjani; Two-part narrow intervals of Istria and the Croatian coast; Procession of “The Cross” on the island of Hvar; The art of making traditional wooden toys from the area of ​​Croatian Zagorje; Bećarac, vocal and vocal-instrumental tune from the Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem; Gingerbread craft from northern Croatian; Silent Wheel in the field of Dalmatian hinterland; Harmony singing; Musical expression Ojkanje.

Croatia, together with Spain, has the most intangible heritage under UNESCO protection in Europe!