Makarska

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mountains and the Adriatic Sea. The city is noted for its palm-fringed promenade, where fashionable cafes, bars and boutiques overlook the pretty harbour where many pleasure craft are moored. Adjacent to the beach are several large capacity hotels as well as a camping ground. The center of Makarska is an old town with narrow stone-paved streets, a main church square where there is a flower and fruit market, and a Franciscan monastery that houses a sea shell collection

featuring a giant clam shell. Makarska is the center of the Makarska Riviera, a popular tourist destination under the Biokovo mountain. It stretches for between the towns of Brela and Gradac. Climate and vegetation Makarska experiences a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen climate classification: ''Csa''). Winters are warm and wet, while Summers are hot and dry. Makarska is one of the warmest cities in Croatia. Vegetation is of the evergreen


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authority was in Foča, Mostar, for a short time in Makarska itself and finally in Gabela on the River Neretva. During the Candian War between Venice and the Turks (1645–1669) the desire among the people of the area to be free of the Turks intensified, and in 1646 Venice recaptured the coastline. But a period of dual leadership lasted until 1684, until the danger of the Turks ended in 1699. Once more under the Venetians In 1695 Makarska

of the central figure of Croatian early modernism, the revered and slandered doyen of fin-de-siècle aestheticism, Antun Gustav Matoš. Briefly embroiled in the activities of Yugoslav (Yugoslavia) nationalism (1912–1916), Ujević left politics for good, spending the rest of his life as a quintessential bohemian wanderer, residing and blasphemously rioting in Sarajevo, Mostar, Belgrade, Split (Split, Croatia) and finally Zagreb, meanwhile have been short time a member


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Airport and climbed up via Mount Igman, eventually finding a safe route to a family friends' house in neighboring Makarska, Croatia. Less than a year later, Mirza and his family moved to Revere, Massachusetts, where he went to grade school and eventually to college, where he majored in Multimedia and Digital Filmmaking & Video Production. Škorpik was born in Zadar, and in 1940 he had finished the Royal Yugoslav Naval School. After the collapse of the Yugoslavia (Kingdom of Yugoslavia), he became an officer in regular forces (Army of the Independent State of Croatia) of the Independent State of Croatia. He was stationed in Makarska where in 1941 he got in touch with local resistance movement, led by the local Communist Party of Yugoslavia cell. He secretly became a member of the Party. Žanamari Lalić was born and raised in Makarska. She won the title of Miss Photogenic of Dalmatia in 2000. WikiPedia:Makarska Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Makarska Commons:Category:Makarska


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of the Venetian Republic, it was given to the Austrians by the Treaty of Campo Formio (1797). From 1797 to 1813 With the fall of Venice, the Austrian army entered Makarska and remained there until Napoleon took the upper hand. The French arrived in Makarska on 8 March 1806 and remained until 1813. This was an age of prosperity, cultural, social and economic development. Under French rule all the people were equal, and education laws written, for the first time in many centuries


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settlement that grew up in the most inaccessible part of Biokovo mountain, probably at the very edge of the Roman civilisation. It appears on the acts of the Salonan Synod of 4 May 533 AD held in Salona (533), when also the town's diocese was created. Early Middle Ages During the Migration Period, in 548, Muccurum was destroyed by the army of the Ostrogoth king Totila. The byzantine Emperor expelled the Eastern Goths (Ostrogoths


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Croatian sculptor Ivan Rendić. *St. Philip's Church (18th century). *St. Peter's church (13th century), situated on the Sv. Petar peninsula (Sveti Petar (Makarska, Croatia)), rebuilt in 1993. *The Franciscan monastery (16th century). It houses a library with numerous books and rare incunabula's and a famous, world known collection of shells from all over the world, collected in a Malacological Museum from 1963. *Napoleon monument, erected in the honour of the French Auguste de Marmont


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''' is the main beach resort town along the Makarska Riviera in Croatia, south of Split. Behind the city the impressive Biokovo mountain range rises up to 1,700 m (5,575 ft) within a few kilometres from the sea. Understand Makarska is on the picturesque Croatian coast. It is recommended to visit from April until October. For younger people July and August. If you want take a rest with no crowd on the beach then September is a good time. Makarska is a good place to stay rather than visiting on a day trip. Get in By bus * Regular regional bus service connects Makarska to Split, Dubrovnik, and other cities in the broader region. * In the season (June-August) there is a direct night connection to Banja Luka and Gradiska in the north of Bosnia. By ferry * There is a ferry to Sumartin on Brac-island, travelling time is around 30 min. Get around By taxi In Makarska there is no single large taxi company, but many small operators provide a service with one or two cars. The taxi usually comes within 10 to 15 min from the call. See You can take a scenic walk around the peninsula, the marina, and the main square. The peninsula area in particular is scenic, relaxing, and some parts are not too crowded. Be warned that nude sunbathers like to relax on the southern side of the peninsula. Do *'''Parasailing''' *'''Rafting and kayaking'''. About a half-hour drive from Makarska, you can go rafting or kayaking along the Cetina River. The river is generally calm, although there are a few fast places, and one section is particularly dangerous. There is a tour agency that offers guided trips down the river. If you decide to go, look for the cave that was used by Marshal Tito's Partisans to hide from the Nazis during World War II. *'''Trekking'''. The mountains directly behind the city have decent hiking trails. The area is scenic and not too crowded, and you can get a good view of Makarska if you hike high enough. Be sure to stay on the trails and be aware that there is a species of poisonous snake that lives in the area. * WikiPedia:Makarska Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Makarska Commons:Category:Makarska


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price content Meat plates. * WikiPedia:Makarska Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Makarska Commons:Category:Makarska


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''' is the main beach resort town along the Makarska Riviera in Croatia, south of Split. Behind the city the impressive Biokovo mountain range rises up to 1,700 m (5,575 ft) within a few kilometres from the sea. Understand Makarska is on the picturesque Croatian coast. It is recommended to visit from April until October. For younger people July and August. If you want take a rest with no crowd on the beach then September is a good time. Makarska is a good place to stay rather than visiting on a day trip. Get in By bus * Regular regional bus service connects Makarska to Split, Dubrovnik, and other cities in the broader region. * In the season (June-August) there is a direct night connection to Banja Luka and Gradiska in the north of Bosnia. By ferry * There is a ferry to Sumartin on Brac-island, travelling time is around 30 min. Get around By taxi In Makarska there is no single large taxi company, but many small operators provide a service with one or two cars. The taxi usually comes within 10 to 15 min from the call. See You can take a scenic walk around the peninsula, the marina, and the main square. The peninsula area in particular is scenic, relaxing, and some parts are not too crowded. Be warned that nude sunbathers like to relax on the southern side of the peninsula. Do *'''Parasailing''' *'''Rafting and kayaking'''. About a half-hour drive from Makarska, you can go rafting or kayaking along the Cetina River. The river is generally calm, although there are a few fast places, and one section is particularly dangerous. There is a tour agency that offers guided trips down the river. If you decide to go, look for the cave that was used by Marshal Tito's Partisans to hide from the Nazis during World War II. *'''Trekking'''. The mountains directly behind the city have decent hiking trails. The area is scenic and not too crowded, and you can get a good view of Makarska if you hike high enough. Be sure to stay on the trails and be aware that there is a species of poisonous snake that lives in the area. * WikiPedia:Makarska Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Makarska Commons:Category:Makarska


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200px Makarska Riviera He followed Orso I Participazio and Giovanni II Participazio as Doge of Venice, elected to the throne at the side of the elderly, and beloved, Giovanni circa April 887. He launched a military attempt against the Dalmatian Croat principality of Pagania, which was hostile to Venetia after 886. As soon as he became Doge, he advanced with a fleet of twelve galleys to the port of Makarska ( WikiPedia:Makarska Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Makarska Commons:Category:Makarska

Makarska

'''Makarska''' ( northwest of Dubrovnik. It has a population of 13,834 residents. Croatian Census 2011 Popis stanovništva 2011 Administratively Makarska has the status of a city and it is part of the Split-Dalmatia County.

It is a tourist centre, located on a horseshoe shaped bay (Headlands and bays) between the Biokovo mountains and the Adriatic Sea. The city is noted for its palm-fringed promenade, where fashionable cafes, bars and boutiques overlook the pretty harbour where many pleasure craft are moored. Adjacent to the beach are several large capacity hotels as well as a camping ground.

The center of Makarska is an old town with narrow stone-paved streets, a main church square where there is a flower and fruit market, and a Franciscan monastery that houses a sea shell collection featuring a giant clam shell.

Makarska is the center of the Makarska Riviera, a popular tourist destination under the Biokovo mountain. It stretches for between the towns of Brela and Gradac.

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