Geography of Croatia
The geography of Croatia is defined by its location— it is described as a part of Central and Southeast Europe, a part of the Balkans and Mitteleuropa. Croatia's territory covers 56,594 km (21,85...
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The Minotaurs Lair?
Labyrinth, Leper colony or vineyard? It earns the nickname given to it by scientists who spotted it - Thumbprint Island. Catch a full day of #WhatOnEarth mysteries today on Science and SCIgo!
Protected areas of Croatia
The main protected areas of Croatia are national parks, nature parks and strict reserves. There are 444 protected areas of Croatia, encompassing 9% of the country. Those include 8 national parks in Cr...
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List of regions of Croatia
The Republic of Croatia is administratively organised into twenty counties, and is also traditionally divided into four historical and cultural regions: Croatia proper, Dalmatia, Slavonia, and Istr...
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Administrative divisions of Croatia
The subdivisions of Croatia on the first level are the 20 counties (županija, pl. županije) and one city-county (grad, "city"). On the second level these are municipalities (općina, pl. općine) and ci...
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Extreme points of Croatia
The geographical extreme points of Croatia are
Italian exonyms (Dalmatia)
This is a list of Italian exonyms for places in the Croatian region of Dalmatia and the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea (including the shores of Montenegro), up to the city of Rijeka.
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Ante Starčević Square
Ante Starčević Square (Croatian: Trg Ante Starčevića) is the central square of the city of Osijek, Croatia, named after Ante Starčević. It is colloquially referred to as Trg ("the square"). It has...
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Zapruđe is a neighbourhood in Zagreb, in Novi Zagreb - istok district just south of Sava River near the Most mladosti (Youth bridge). The Zapruđe local committee had a population of 6.184 at the 2011....
Makarska Riviera
The Makarska Riviera is a part of the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, about 60 kilometers long and only several kilometers wide, squeezed under towering mountain Biokovo. Sunny climate and long pe...
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Ribnjak, Zagreb
Ribnjak ([rîbɲak]) is a neighborhood in the Gornji Grad - Medveščak district of Zagreb, Croatia, directly east of the Zagreb Cathedral. According to the 2001 census, the neighborhood has 2,956 inhabit...
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Adriatic Euroregion
The Adriatic Ionian Euroregion is a Euroregion comprising countries and their subdivisions bordering the Adriatic Sea. It was established in 2006. The president of the organization is Ivan Jakovčić.
Bora (wind)
The Bora (Bosnian: bura, Bulgarian: бора, Croatian: bura, Greek: μπόρα, βοράς, Italian: bora, Slovene: burja, Turkish: bora, Polish: burza) is a northern to north-easte...
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Dubrovnik ([dǔbroːʋniːk];) is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, in the region of Dalmatia. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, a seaport and the centre of Dub...
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Port of Split
The Port of Split (Croatian: Luka Split) is a port in the central Dalmatian city of Split, Croatia. The port was originally a trading post originally established by Greek settlers from the island...
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