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1,922 Articles of interest in Croatia

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  • Novi Zagreb

    Novi Zagreb (literally "New Zagreb") is the part of the city of Zagreb located south of the Sava river, on the way from the Pleso airport to the city center.

  • Molat

    Molat (pronounced [mɔ̌lat]; Italian: Melada) is an island in Croatian part of Adriatic Sea. It is situated near Zadar, southeast from Ist, separated by Zapuntel strait.

  • Milna

    Milna is a village and municipality on the western side of the island of Brač, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia.

  • Mece

    Mece (Hungarian: Mеcepuszta; Serbian Cyrillic: Меце) is a settlement in the region of Baranja, Croatia. Administratively, it is located in the Darda municipality within the Osijek-Baranja County.

  • Ist (island)

    Ist (Italian: Isto) is a small island off the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. The closest city to Ist is Zadar. The island has an area of 9.65 km2.

  • Drvenik Veli

    Drvenik Veli (Italian: Zirona Grande) is an island in Croatian part of Adriatic Sea. It is situated in middle-Dalmatian archipelago, northwest of Šolta, 1.8 kilometres (1.1 miles) from the mainland. Its area is 12.07 square kilometres (4.66 sq mi). …

  • Croatia Open

    The Croatia Open (currently sponsored by Vegeta) is an ATP tennis tournament held in Umag, Croatia that is part of the 250 series of the ATP Tour.

  • Blato, Korčula

    Blato is a town on the island of Korčula in Croatia. It is a municipal centre and can be reached by the main island road from city of Korčula.

  • Bezdan

    Bezdan (Serbian: Bezdan / Бездан, Hungarian: Bezdán, Croatian: Bezdan, German: Besdan) is a village located in Bačka, Vojvodina, Serbia. It is situated in the Sombor municipality, West Bačka District.

  • Arena Gripe

    Dvorana Gripe is an indoor sporting arena located in Split, Croatia. It is part of Sport Recreation Center (SRC). It features two halls. The capacity of the lesser arena is 3,500 people. The seating capacity of the larger one is 6,000. It is current…

  • 1880 Zagreb earthquake

    The 1880 earthquake which struck Zagreb (also known as The Great Zagreb Earthquake) was a 6.3 magnitude earthquake which occurred on 9 November 1880. Its epicenter was in the Medvednica mountain north of Zagreb.

  • Vrbanja, Croatia

    Vrbanja is a municipality in Croatia. Vrbanja is named after the willows (Croatian: vrbe). The municipality has a population of 5,174; 96.48% are Croats, while the largest minority consists of Slovaks (1.38%).

  • Lake Vrana (Cres)

    Lake Vrana (Croatian: Vransko jezero), in the centre of Cres island, is a fresh water lake, 1.5 km wide and about 4.8 km long. The town of Cres has been supplied with drinking water from the lake since 1953, and the towns of Mali and Veli Lošinj rec…

  • XV Gymnasium

    Fifteenth Gymnasium (Croatian: XV. gimnazija, Petnaesta gimnazija), previously called, and still better known as MIOC, is a public high school in Zagreb, Croatia. It specializes in mathematics and computer science and it is considered to be the best…

  • Vrbovsko

    Vrbovsko is a town in western Croatia, situated at the far east of the mountainous region of Gorski kotar in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County; on its 280 square kilometers area, Vrbovsko features 60 settlements and a total of 5,076 inhabitants.

  • Volosko

    Volosko (Italian: Volosco, Volosca) is a part of the city of Opatija, located in the Kvarner Gulf in western Croatia. It is located in the north of Opatija, on the road towards Kastav and Rijeka.

  • Veliki Brijun

    Veliki Brijun (or Veli Brijun, literally meaning Great Brijun, Italian: Brioni Grande) is an uninhabited island in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea. It is located off the west coast of Istria in northern Adriatic and is the largest island in th…

  • Trsteno

    Trsteno (Italian: Cannosa, Dalmatic: Canait) is a district of Dubrovnik in southern Croatia, population 237 (2001).

  • Trnje, Zagreb

    Trnje (Croatian pronunciation: [tr̩̂ːɲe]) is a district in the City of Zagreb, Croatia. According to the 2011 census, the district had 42,282 residents. It is located in the central part of the city, south of Donji grad across the railway (Zagreb Ma…

  • Sukošan

    Sukošan (San Cassiano in Italian) is a village in Dalmatia, Croatia, with 4,402 inhabitants, the majority which are Croats.

  • Stadion Rujevica

    Rujevica Stadium (official name: "Stadion Rujevica", English: "Rujevica Stadium") is a stadium that is currently under construction in the city of Rijeka. In the first instance, from mid-2015, the stadium will serve as a temporary replacement ground…