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1,922 Articles of interest in Croatia

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  • Sutla

    The Sutla (Croatian) or Sotla (Slovene) is a river flowing through Slovenia and Croatia, mostly forming their border. It is a tributary to the Sava, itself a tributary to the Danube.

  • Supreme Court of Croatia

    The Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia (Croatian: Vrhovni sud Republike Hrvatske) is the highest court in the country, which ensures the uniform application of laws and equal justice to all.

  • Stobreč

    Stobreč (Latin: Epetium, Greek: Επιδαυρος (Epidauros) is a historical town, now village in Croatia located near Split and Solin. In modern times, Stobreč is considered a desirable vacation/camping spot located on a beautiful scenic peninsula ensconc…

  • Sky Office Tower

    Sky Office Tower is a dual business tower, elliptically shaped, located in Zagreb, Croatia, north of the Zagrebačka Avenue, near the intersection with Zagrebačka cesta.

  • Pučišća

    Pučišća (Italian: Pucischie) is a municipality in Croatia on the island of Brač in the Split-Dalmatia county. It has a population of 2,224 (2001 census), 99% which are Croats.

  • Olib

    Olib (pronounced [ɔ̌lib]; Italian: Ulbo) is an island in northern Dalmatia, located northwest of Zadar, southwest of Pag, southeast of Lošinj and just east of Silba with an area of 26.14 km2.

  • Nikola Šubić Zrinski Square

    Nikola Šubić Zrinski Square (Croatian: Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog, popularly referred to as Zrinjevac) is a square and park in Donji Grad, the central part of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. It is located near the central Ban Jelačić Square, halfway…

  • Mirkovci

    Mirkovci (Hungarian: Szegfalu, Serbian Cyrillic: Мирковци) is a village and the suburb of town Vinkovci, in eastern Croatia. It is in the Syrmia region, located immediately southeast of Vinkovci. The Vinkovci-Gunja railway separates it from the rest…

  • Marshal Tito Square

    Marshal Tito Square (Croatian: Trg maršala Tita) is one of the biggest squares in Zagreb, Croatia. The square is located in Lower Town, with the Croatian National Theatre building at its centre.

  • Mamutica

    Mamutica (English: Female mammoth) is the largest building (by volume) in Zagreb and Croatia, as well as one of the largest apartment blocks in Europe.

  • Malinska

    Malinska (German: Durischal) is a settlement (naselje) in the northwestern part of the island Krk in Croatia and an important tourist town.

  • Maksimir

    Maksimir (pronounced [mǎksimiːr]) is one of the neighborhoods of Zagreb, Croatia, population 48,902 (2011 census). Maksimir stadium and Maksimir Park are located in it.

  • Krešimir Ćosić Hall

    Krešimir Ćosić Hall is a multi-use indoor arena in Zadar, Croatia. Completed in May 2008 with a capacity for 10,000 people, it is used mostly for team handball and basketball matches. It was used as one of the venues during the 2009 World Men's Hand…

  • Homeland Bridge

    Homeland Bridge (Croatian: Domovinski most) is a 840 meters (2,756 ft) long bridge over Sava River located in southeastern Zagreb, Croatia. Its administrative location is the city district Peščenica - Žitnjak.

  • Fažana

    Fažana (pronounced [faʒǎna], Italian: Fasana) is a town and municipality on the western coast of Istria, in Croatia.

  • Borovo Naselje

    Borovo Naselje is a Vukovar borough located on the right bank of the Danube river in the Croatian region of Slavonia, 4 kilometers northwest of Vukovar town centre; elevation 90 m. The economy is based on rubber and shoe industries.

  • Assassination of Ivo Pukanić

    The assassination of Ivo Pukanić happened on 23 October 2008 in Zagreb, Croatia, when a remote-detonation car bomb fitted on a motorcycle outside the Nacional newspaper's premises killed the owner of the newspaper, Ivo Pukanić, and Niko Franjić, its…

  • Vuka (river)

    Vuka is a river in eastern Croatia, a right tributary of the Danube river. At 112 kilometres (70 mi), it is the 13th longest river flowing through Croatia and it has a drainage area of 644 square kilometres (249 sq mi). The river is located in Vukov…

  • Lake Vrana (Dalmatia)

    Lake Vrana (Croatian: Vransko jezero) in Dalmatia is the largest lake in Croatia. It is a designated nature park (park prirode), a kind of protected area in Croatia.

  • Šarengrad

    Šarengrad is a village in Croatia. The village is located in the Syrmia region, on the Fruška Gora slopes, next to the Danube river. Together with the villages of Bapska and Mohovo, it is part of Ilok municipality.

  • Zagreb International Airport

    Zagreb International Airport (IATA: ZAG, ICAO: LDZA), also known as Pleso Airport (pronounced [plɛ̂sɔ]) after the nearby suburb of Pleso, is the main international airport of Croatia and also a base of the Croatian Air Force and Air Defence.

  • Unije

    Unije (pronounced [ûːnijɛ]; Italian: Unie) is an island in Croatia. It is part of the Cres-Lošinj archipelago, which is situated at the northern portion of the Adriatic Sea. Unije is the third largest island of the archipelago. It is 16.92 square ki…

  • Trilj

    Trilj (Italian: Treglia, Latin: Pons Tiluri) is a municipality and town in inland Dalmatia, Croatia. It is located southeast of Sinj and northeast of Split. The total population of the municipality is 9,109, with 2,076 in Trilj itself and the rest i…

  • Stari Jankovci

    Stari Jankovci is a village in Vukovar-Srijem County, Croatia, population 1,769 (2001), total municipality population 5,216 (2001), with 69.50% Croats, 23.24% Serbs and 5.06% Hungarians.

  • Stadion Stanovi

    Stadion Stanovi (English: Stanovi Stadium) is a football stadium in the Zadar, Croatia. It serves as home stadium for football club NK Zadar.

  • Raša (river)

    The river Raša, (Latin: Arsia, Italian: Arsa) in Croatian Istria is a major river of Croatia's Istria County. It is 23 kilometres (14 mi) long, and its basin covers an area of 279 km2 (108 sq mi). Its mouth is in the long ria of Raški zaljev/Porto d…

  • Nuštar

    Nuštar is a village in eastern Croatia, located northeast of Vinkovci and west of Vukovar, on the route D55. The population of Nuštar is 3,639, with a total of 5,772 people in the municipality, which also includes the nearby villages of Cerić and Ma…