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Tribalj lakeTribalj is a village in the hinterland of Crikvenica, in Vinodolski municipality. The settlement is position at the intersection of the roads between Drivenik and Grizane. The town has about 600 inhabitants.
The Church of the Mother of God in the Tribalj Field is mention in history as a place of magistracy according to the Vinodol Code. As evidenced by the Glagolitic list. In the area of Tribalj settlement Strance, an old Croatian necropolis from the 8th to the 11th century was discovered. With numerous exhibits kept in the Naval and Historical Museum in Rijeka. In Tribalj there is an accumulation lake: Tribalj lake.

 

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Plitvice lakes Croatia

plitvice lakes croatiaWhen you travel to Croatia, there is the place you must see. National park Plitvice. Within the boundaries of this heavily wooded parkland, Plitvice lakes Croatia, sixteen crystal-clear lakes tumble into one another via a series of waterfalls and cascades. The waters rich with minerals carve through the rock, depositing tufa in regularly ever-changing formations. Clouds of butterflies drift on top of the 18km of timbered footbridges and pathways that snake around the edges and across the rumbling water.

 

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Bakar North Adriatic Sea, Croatia

Bakar panoramaBakar is an ancient city and port, one among the oldest cities of the North Adriatic Sea with a long and rich history.
The old core of the town has been declaring as a cultural monument in 1968. This region has been inhabited within the third and second century B.C. and therefore the Roman Empire has also left traces of its existence
here. The Croatian Lords belonging to the families of Frankopan and Zrinski lived here and also the Empress Marija Terezija granted this town the status of a king’s city.

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About Lovran

old-town-LovranLovran is a small town in Istria, Croatia, on the western coast of the Kvarner Bay with a population of something over 4000. Its name derives from Laurel (Laurus nobilis), as shown in the coat of arms.

Lovran is one of the oldest coastal settlements on the eastern shore of the Istrian peninsula. By the early Middle Ages, it was an important urban and shipbuilding center of northern Adriatic. Following the sudden development of port towns in the vicinity (Trieste, Pula, and Rijeka). Which became the new and dominant urban centers in the region, because of them Lovran lost its significance. Continue reading

Icici, Kvarner Riviera, near Opatija

Icici in the sprong

Icici is a small tourist place with about 800 inhabitants. It is in the northern Adriatic, in the Kvarner Bay. The place is 5 km far from Opatija and 15 km from Rijeka. It is down at the foothill of the Učka mountain. Which is 1401 m high. And which environment has been declared a nature park. Because of the special and beautiful nature. The population is mainly occupied with tourism and hospitality activities. Because of its favorable position, Icici has developed into a true tourist place with numerous offers over the years. So besides the rich offer of restaurants offers opportunities for various sports, excursions, night outings.

 

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Ika Kvarner Riviera is a place with something over 480 inhabitants on the eastern coast of Istria, in the Kvarner Bay. It is on the Opatija Riviera. And administratively as a settlement belongs to the city of Opatija. Today, Ika almost got together with neighboring places, Icici in the north and Lovran in the south. Continue reading

Island Pasman Croatia, Adriatic Sea

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Island Pasman within the Adriatic coast in Croatia, situated south of Zadar. The island surrounds the islands of Ugljan, Iz, Dugi Otok and Kornati Archipelago. Island Pasman is ecologically preserve. With many kinds of agent and aromatic plants. One of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea, and also one of the destinations with the clearest sea. Clearness is because of currents which change direction every six hours in this area.

 

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