Rijeka

What is Rijeka known for?


good book

, but bear in mind that the 23% tax is not included on the menu. There is nothing in the way of entertainment, so bring some entertaining company or a good book. * Islands of Rab, Pag, Losinj, Cres, Susak, Unije and Ilovik also can be reached by daily catamarans, which leave Rijeka at afternoon. One-way prices for adults are up to 40 kn, depending on destination. * Buses are available to: ** Pula (92 kn) ** Trieste, Italy ** Zagreb (130 kn) ** Zadar (180 kn) ** other Croatian and international destinations. * Trains are available to: ** Ljubljana, Slovenia ** Vienna, Austria ** Zagreb (103 kn). WikiPedia:Rijeka Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Rijeka Commons:Rijeka


political style

of the Autonomist Association, known also as Autonomist Party in Fiume, after Michele Maylender resigned in 1901. With Zanella the party abandoned its liberal stance and turned to the Kossuthist independence party for support. Embracing a staunch Italian nationalist stance (in its vehemence typical of the Kossuthists political style) his popularity grew especially among the lower and middle classes, eventually becoming elected mayor (Podestà) of Fiume in 1914, but the nomination was vetoed


field analysis

) stress mechanics . Nemenyi was known for using what he called the inverse or semi-inverse approach, which applied vector field analysis (vector field), to obtain numerous exact solutions of the nonlinear equations of gas dynamics, many of them representing rotational flows of nonuniform total energy. In continuum mechanics, "Nemenyi's theorem" proves that, given any net of isothermal curves, there exists a five parameter family of plane stress systems for which these curves


based science

in the spring of 1919. thumb Zoran Krušvar in 2008 (Image:Zoran Krusvar (2008).gif) '''Zoran Krušvar''' is a Croatian psychologist and science fiction and fantasy writer, born on April 9, 1977, in Rijeka. He won 4 SFERA awards (SFERA Award), in 2002 (for ''Igra''), in 2003 (for ''Brodovi u tami''), in 2007 (for ''Izvršitelji nauma Gospodnjeg'') and in 2008 (for ''Tako biti mora'') from the Zagreb-based science fiction society SFera (SFera (Croatia)). Originally


popular musical

of folk and turbo folk to their repertoire in order to make their music more accessible to the public. For example, in the newspaper Slobodna Dalmacija he famously wrote an article lambasting the Ivan Zajc theatre in Rijeka for the decision to hire popular musician and advocate of turbo folk Severina Vučković for a production of the popular musical ''Karolina Riječka'' in 2003. He is one of the most respected rock critic in modern Croatia, and the author of "Rock encyclopedia


campaign advocating

saw romantic nationalism inspired the Croatian National Revival (Illyrian movement), a political and cultural campaign advocating unity of all South Slavs in the empire. Its primary focus was establishment of a standard language as a counterweight to Hungarian (Hungarian language), along with promotion of Croatian literature and culture. WikiPedia:Rijeka Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Rijeka Commons:Rijeka


playing friendly

or disbanded by post-war authorities. Refusing to be renamed AC Spalato and join the Italian league at the time when their home city of Split (Split, Croatia) was occupied by Italy, the entire squad joined the Partisans on the island of Vis (Vis (island)) in the spring of 1944 and spent the following 12 months playing friendly matches against assorted Allied garrisons around the Mediterranean representing the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia (NOVJ). ref name "hajdukrsssf">


fast light

the ''Habsburg'' class pre-Dreadnought battleship (Habsburg class battleship) SMS ''Babenburg'', the fast light cruiser SMS ''Admiral Spaun'' (SMS Admiral Spaun), and rose to command of the fleet's flagship, the dreadnought (battleship) ''Viribus Unitis (SMS Viribus Unitis)'' by the end of the First World War (World War I). In 1945, the Partisans, numbering over 800,000 strong defeated the Armed Forces of the Independent State of Croatia and the Wehrmacht


distinct independent

of the Western Roman Empire, Illyrian towns continued to speak Latin (see Illyro-Roman), which evolved over time, first into regional variants of Latin, and subsequently into distinct, independent Romance languages. That known as Dalmatian was spoken along the Dalmatian coast from Fiume (Rijeka) as far south as Cottora (Kotor) in Montenegro. Speakers lived mainly in the coastal towns of Jadera (Jadera, Dalmatia) (Zadar), Tragurium (Trogir), Spalatum http


successful appearances

hall of the city train station. They also had successful appearances on several times in Rijeka, Pula and Zagreb. thumb 350px Inner Austria in the 18th century: the Duchy of Styria (File:AvI Provinz Innerösterreich.jpg) is in green, the Duchy of Carinthia in yellow, the Duchy of Carniola is in pink, and the County of Gorizia is in blue,a and the city of Trieste is in dark blue '''Inner Austria''' ( ,

Rijeka

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Historically, because of its strategic position and its excellent deep-water port (Port of Rijeka), the city was fiercely contested, especially among Italy, Hungary, and Croatia, changing hands and demographics many times over centuries. According to the 2011 census data (Demographics of Croatia), the overwhelming majority of its citizens (82.52%) are Croats, along with the important Bosniak (Bosniaks of Croatia), Italian (Italians of Croatia) and Serb (Serbs of Croatia) minorities.

Rijeka is the centre of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. The city's economy largely depends on shipbuilding (shipyards "3. Maj" and "Viktor Lenac Shipyard") and maritime transport. Rijeka hosts the Croatian National Theatre (Croatian National Theatre in Rijeka) "Ivan pl. Zajc (Ivan Zajc)", first built in 1765, as well as the University of Rijeka, founded in 1973 but with roots dating back to 1632.

Apart from Croatian, the population also uses its own unique version of the Venetian language (Fiumano (Fiuman dialect)), with an estimated 20,000 speakers among the autochtone Croats and various minorities. Historically it served as a lingua franca for the many ethnicities inhabiting the multicultural port-town.

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