Croatia

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of the modern state with a moderate continental climate, marked by hot summers and cold, snowy winters. Smaller Herzegovina is at the southern tip of the country, with a Mediterranean climate and topography. Bosnia and Herzegovina's natural resources are highly abundant. '''HŠK Građanski Zagreb''' (alternatively spelled ''Gradjanski'' or ''Gradanski''), also known as '''1. HŠK Građanski''' or fully ''Prvi hrvatski građanski športski klub'' (English (English language): First


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training led by some of the most prominent film professionals in the world. In October 1991, Nikolai Tolstoy joined a Conservative Monday Club delegation, See ''The Times'', 15 November 1996, for a major interview with Tolstoy on p.18 under the auspices of the Club's Foreign Affairs Committee, and travelled to observe the war between Serbia and Croatia, the first British political delegation to observe that conflict. Conservative MPs Andrew Hunter (Andrew Hunter (British politician)), and Roger Knapman, then a junior minister in the Conservative government (and from 2002 to 2006 leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP)), were also part of the delegation which, after going to the front lines in the Sisak region, was entertained by President Franjo Tudjman and the Croatian government in Zagreb. On 13 October the group held a Press Conference at the Hotel Intercontinental in Zagreb, which apart from the media, was also attended by delegates from the French government. A report on the conflict was agreed and handed in to 10 Downing Street by Andrew Hunter. Localities The Starčevo culture covered sizable area that included most of present-day Serbia, Kosovo and Montenegro, as well as parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, and the Republic of Macedonia. Istorijski atlas, Intersistem Kartografija, Beograd, 2010, page 11. http: www.donau-archaeologie.de doku.php kulturen starcevo_english_version The westernmost locality of this culture can be found in Croatia, in the vicinity of Ždralovi, a part of the town of Bjelovar (Bjelovar). This was the final stage of the culture. Jakovljević, G. ''Arheološka topografija Bilogore'', Bjelovarski zbornik ‘89, Bjelovar, 1989, pp 108-119 Dimitrijević, S. ''Das Neolithikum in Syrmien, Slawonien und Nordwestkroatien - Einführung in den Stander Forschung'', Archeologica Iugoslavica X, Belgrade, 1969, p 39-76 (45, 47) Dimitrijević, S. ''Sjeverna zona - Neolitik u centralnom i zapadnom dijelu sjeverne Jugoslavije'', Praistorija jugoslavenskih zemalja II, Sarajevo, 1979, pp 229-360 (252-253) Findings from Ždralovi belong to a regional subtype of the final variant in the long process of development of that Neolithic culture. It is designated as Ždralovi ''facies'' of the Starčevo culture or the Starčevo - Final stages.


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preserved monument of the earliest written eight hundred year history of the city. It is a unique example of romanic architecture in northern Croatia and experts equate its value with the Zagreb cathedral. The church organ made in 1767 are one of the most beautiful in Croatia. right thumb upright Malnar in 2003 (File:Željko Malnar.JPG) '''Željko Malnar''' (born April 12, 1944 in Zagreb) is a Croatian maverick traveller, writer and a minor television celebrity, best known for his own


refosco dal peduncolo rosso

in Yugoslavia and Austria, and after he studied liturgy and canon law at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, receiving his doctorate from the Pontifical Gregorian University. * Refosco dal peduncolo rosso - probably the most internationally recognizable refosco wine. Cluster has the red stalk (peduncle), referring to the red stem that holds the grapes to the vine. In the attempt of making the wine more approachable to an international palate, recent versions have taken well to new oak and cold fermentation. The most well known examples of Refosco come from the Colli Orientali region of Friuli. http: www.chalmersnurseries.com www varieties refoscodalpeduncolo refoscodalpeduncolo.htm Chalmers Nurseries - Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso, accessed 2011-06-22 * Refosco d'Istria (Refosko Istriano or Refosco dal pedunculo verde) - this variety is grown in Slovenian (Slovenian wine) and Croatian parts of Istria, and around Trieste in Italy under the name of Refošk or Refosco d'Istria . This wine does not benefit from protracted aging . * Teran or Terrano - this refosko variety (and wine) is typical for Carso DOC and Slovenian (Slovenian wine) Karst reagion under the name Teranno Carso (Terrano (grape)) or Kraški teran (Teran) respectively Friuli – Venezia Giulia Wines, accessed 2011-06-22 Matkurja - Teran, accessed 06 29 2011 . It is also grown in Croatian Istria on a very similar red soil under the name Istarski Teran (Teran). Some claim that Teran is just other refosko varieties grown on Terra Rossa The Association of Wine Educators - Visit to Slovenia, accessed 2011-06-22 , while others consider it its own variety Nepce - Refošk, Croatian, accessed 06 29 2011 . '''Banovina''' (formerly known as ''Banska krajina'', ''Banija'') Dalibor Brozović, ''Hrvatska enciklopedija (Hrvatska enciklopedija (LZMK))'', 1. sv. (A – Bd), Leksikografski zavod »Miroslav Krleža« (Leksikografski zavod Miroslav Krleža), Zagreb, 1999., str. 600. (ISBN 953-6036-29-0) is a geographical region in central Croatia, between the rivers Sava, Una (Una (Sava)), and Kupa (Kupa (river)). Main towns in the region include Petrinja, Glina (Glina, Croatia), Kostajnica (Hrvatska Kostajnica), and Dvor (Dvor, Croatia). The area is almost entirely located in the Sisak-Moslavina county. The area suffered during the Croatian War of Independence in the 1990s, with much of the population fleeing from the war and the economy in distress. '''Predrag Cvitanović''', (born 1 April 1946 in Zagreb, Croatia) is currently an endowed Professor of Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Georgia Institute of Technology contact details He is highly regarded for his work in nonlinear dynamics (chaos theory), particularly his contributions to periodic orbit theory. Perhaps his best-known work is his introduction of cycle expansions—that is, expansions based on using periodic orbit theory—to approximate chaotic dynamics in a controlled perturbative (Perturbation theory) way. This technique has proven to be widely useful for diagnosing and quantifying chaotic dynamics in problems ranging from atomic physics to neurophysiology. Paltašić's works currently remain all over Europe. In southeastern Europe, the region from which he originally came, there remains 41 of his works. The majority of these are kept in Croatia, while there are three in Montenegro. On Shrove Sunday, 27 February 1960, the first organised event called ''Kurentovanje'' was held in Ptuj featuring the traditional carnival masks from Markovci lined up in a carnival procession. At the sound of music played by a local band, the ones leading the procession were dancing spearmen followed by ploughmen, »rusa«, a bear, fairies, cockerels and Kurents. The performance and customs of each traditional mask were explained to the gathered crowd via loud-speakers. The event met with tremendous success and aroused general interest which encouraged the organisers to continue. One year year later masks from Markovci were joined by ploughmen from Lancova Vas, log-haulers from Cirkovci and mourners from Hajdina. For the first time, carnival (non-ethnographic) groups presented themselves in the afternoon. In 1962 the event reached beyond local boundaries by inviting »laufarji» (‘’runners’’) from Cerkno and "borovo gostuvanje" (‘’pine wedding’’ participants) from Predanovci in the Prekmurje region. The international aspect of the event was only acquired in the years to follow when local and Slovene traditional masks were joined by masks from Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia), Hungary, Austria, Italy, and many more. Not only has the number of participants grown over the years, but also the number of spectators, with thousands visiting the Carnival events to marvel at the spectacular costumes and take part in the fun. The first edition appeared in Germany in 1976. Since then, the magazine has been published in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, India


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during the Yugoslav wars non-Serb parts (in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina) and connect them into a compact territory with Serbia and Montenegro", thus ruling that form of a country of Serbia, Montenegro and Serb separatist republics in Bosnia and Croatia (Republika Srpska and Republic of Serbian Krajina). However, there is no indictment against Bulatović, while an investigation lasts against him in Croatia. In 1993 a survey article about online

activism around the world, from Croatia to the United States appeared in ''The Nation'' magazine, with several activists being quoted about their projects and views.


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2009 '''KUD Idijoti''' (translation: ''Cultural Artistic Society "Idiots"'' - note that the word ''Idijoti'' is deliberately spelled wrong, the correct Croatian form of the word is ''idioti''. Also note that 'KUD' means 'Kulturno umjetničko društvo') is a punk-rock band from Pula, Croatia. The band was formed on February 2, 1981 and released their first album in 1986. In 1987 they won at the Youth Festival in Subotica and are one of the most popular bands on the Punk


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fish and buffalo meat stock, soured, and contains a heavy mix of spices and condiments. Stage and film roles Mars often played characters with exaggerated accents. He was German in ''The Producers (The Producers (1968 film))'' and ''Young Frankenstein'', and was the Croatian musicologist Hugh Simon in ''What's Up, Doc? (What's Up, Doc? (1972 film))''. His first broadly accented character was that of Sir Evelyn Oakleigh in the 1962 Off-Broadway revival of the Cole


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, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Adriatic islands * Sika Deer - France, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Austria (from Asia) Activities included going to Liberia and Croatia to monitor their elections (Election monitoring), bringing major speakers (Public speaking) to campus, denouncing the death penalty (Capital punishment), trying to end the United States embargo against Cuba,

Croatia

Tourism (Tourism in Croatia) dominates the Croatian service sector and accounts for up to 20% of Croatian GDP. Annual tourist industry income for 2011 was estimated at €6.61 billion. Its positive effects are felt throughout the economy of Croatia in terms of increased business volume observed in retail business, processing industry orders and summer seasonal employment. The industry is considered an export business, because it significantly reduces the country's external trade imbalance.

The bulk of the tourist industry is concentrated along the Adriatic Sea coast. Opatija was the first holiday resort since the middle of the 19th century. By the 1890s, it became one of the most significant European health resorts.

Croatia has unpolluted marine areas reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches.

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