Istrian exodus
The term Istrian exodus refers to the post-World War II departure of ethnic Italians from Istria, as well as the cities of Zadar and Rijeka.Istria, Rijeka, and Zadar were ethnically mixed, with Croati...
Hraschina meteorite
Hraschina is the official name of an iron meteorite that fell in 1751 near the Hrašćina village in Hrvatsko Zagorje, Croatia. This meteorite is important because it was the first fall of an iron meteo...
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Ephemerides Zagrabienses
Ephemerides Zagrabienses was the first Croatian newspaper, established in 1771 in Zagreb. Fifty issues of the four-page newspaper in Latin were published by Antun Jandera, a Czech-born printer. Little...
Croatian War of Independence
The Croatian War of Independence was fought from 1991 to 1995 between Croat forces loyal to the government of Croatia—which had declared independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ...
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Vrbnik Statute
The Vrbnik Statute (Croatian: Statut Grada Vrbnika) is a 14th-century Glagolitic city statute of the Croatian city Vrbnik. The Vrbnik Statute was written in 1388 on the east coast of the island of...
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1667 Dubrovnik earthquake
The earthquake in Dubrovnik in 1667 was one of the two most devastating earthquakes to hit the area of modern Croatia in the last 2,400 years, since records began. The earthquake destroyed almost the ...
Frizatik
Frizatik was a currency minted in Croatia in the twelfth century. It got its name after the town of Friesach in Carinthia (from where it originated).
Charter of Povlja
The Charter of Povlja (Croatian: Povaljska listina) is a legal document written on December 1, 1250 in Povlja on the island of Brač, Croatia. It is parchment copy of an ownership document from the...
Red Peristyle
Crveni Peristil (Red Peristyle) was an urban intervention in Diocletian's Palace in the city of Split, performed on January 11, 1968, when its peristyle (main court) was painted red. The group that cr...
Battle of Samobor
The Battle of Samobor (Croatian: Bitka kod Samobora) on March 1, 1441 was fought between the forces of Ulrich II of Celje and Stjepan Banić around Samobor, Kingdom of Croatia, which then was under...
Serbian Chancellery in Dubrovnik
The Serbian Chancellery (Serbian: Српска канцеларија), sometimes known as the Slavic Chancellery (словенска канцеларија), was a diplomatical and economical office of several states of Serbia in th...
Siege of Gvozdansko
The Siege of Gvozdansko (Croatian: Opsada Gvozdanskog) was a siege of Gvozdansko Castle in the Kingdom of Croatia within Habsburg Monarchy. The battle around Gvozdansko and the siege of the castle...
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Croatian privatization controversy
Privatization in Croatia refers to political and economic reforms which resulted in the privatization of state-owned assets in Croatia, immediately after the breakup of Yugoslavia. Most privatization ...
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Baška tablet
Baška tablet (Croatian: Bašćanska ploča, [bâʃt͡ɕanskaː plɔ̂t͡ʃa]) is one of the first monuments containing an inscription in the Croatian recension of the Church Slavonic language, dating from c. ...
Inscription of Župa Dubrovačka
Inscription of Župa Dubrovačka is a Croatian Glagolitic inscription dated to the 11th century.The inscription was found in 2007 during an archeological excavation of gravesclose to the Church of Saint...
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