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Top 30 places for travel & vacation in Croatia.

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01-10 11-20 21-30
1.Zagreb
Zagreb - is the capital and the largest city of Croatia. The historical core is the districts of Kaptol and Hradec, located on the hills (Upper town): remains of fortifications (13-18 centuries), Zagreb cathedral (13-19 centuries) and Gothic church of St. Mark (14-19 centuries, in the interior of sculptor I. Meštravicha), the Baroque Church of St. Catherine (1620) and the Episcopal Palace (circa 1730).
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2.Split
Split - is the largest city in Dalmatia, the second largest city in Croatia. Sightseeing: Diocletian's Palace, Diocletian's Palace, Jupiter's Temple, St. Duje Cathedral, Prokurative, Grippe Fortress.
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3.Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik - a town in Dalmatia, in the south of Croatia, on the Adriatic coast. Well-known international resort, a major seaport. Architecturally Dubrovnik is divided into two unequal parts: the Old and New Town. The historic core of the city, Old Town, located within the massive defensive walls, formed his appearance in the XVII century. The old town is an example of medieval Mediterranean town and protected by UNESCO. The new city, despite the presence of some old buildings, mostly built up in the late XIX - early XX century, but because it is dominated by modern, as a rule, low-rise architecture. The main architectural attractions: Minceta Fortress, Onofrio's Fountain, Church of St. Blaise, Skočibuha Palace, Pozza Palace, Orlando's Column, a municipal swimming pool in the old town. Festivals in the city: Libertas Film Festival (end of August), Dubrovnik International Film Festival, Quarantine (drama festival). Also, the city has several museums.
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4.Pag
Pag - island in the Adriatic Sea, off the coast of Croatia, in central Dalmatia. The main attractions of the island: Noval - old small town gained fame in recent years, "Croatian Ibiza" through its beaches and noisy discos. City of Pag - a magical city like medieval urban planning. Princely Episcopal Palace, built as the city itself, according to the drawings of Juraj Dalmatinatsa, the city's cathedral beginning of XVI century, the Benedictine church of St. Margarita. Kolyan dirt - dirt the Rush, ornithological reserve, mud Segal, old bay Povljana, Fortress on Ljubački, protected geological - paleontological reserve Crnika, Lunski olive grove.
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5.Šibenik
Šibenik - a city in Croatia on the coast of Dalmatia. Among the sights of the city: the Cathedral of Sibenik, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, four fortresses and the Fort of St. Nicholas.
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6.Skradin
Skradin is a small Croatian city. Skradin is located on the Krka River near the Krka National Park. In Skradin there is a tourist office of the park, from ships Skradina wharf to the national park ships regularly depart. The final and largest waterfall from the cascade of waterfalls of the National Park is named for the city - "Skradinsky Beech".
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7.Trogir
Trogir is a historical city and port, Croatia. The historic center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Trogir has a continuous history of 2300 years. The most important monuments and sights: the historical center - 10 churches and buildings of the 13th century, the city gates, the fortress Kamerlengko, the palace of the duke, the Cathedral of St. Lawrence.
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8.Vrsar
Vrsar - Croatian resort town located in the western part of Istria on the Adriatic coast. Since 1960 Vrsar became a popular tourist center. Here, one of the first and most important European nudist beaches. In addition to its beaches, hotels, cafes and restaurants, the city has many important historical monuments, which attract many tourists to the city. From ancient Rome to the city were warehouses, houses, public buildings and the cemetery that were found during the archaeological research in the late 1920s. Remnants of an ancient Roman cemetery was found near the harbor, with the urns with the ashes of the dead, and the tombstone, which belong to the 2nd century AD. e. medieval monuments is also the Romanesque basilica of St. Mary, the construction of which refers to the 12th century.
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9.Korčula
Korčula - Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea off the Dalmatian coast in the south. Attractions: Ripe Vela - a cave near the town of Vela Luka, which found numerous artifacts dating back to the Mesolithic and Neolithic. Korcula Old Town - a well-preserved example of a medieval Dalmatian town with narrow streets and old buildings. Korkyra Baroque Festival.
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10.Brač
Brač is an island in the Adriatic Sea, in the southern part of Croatia, near the Dalmatian coast. The island of Brač is known for its mild Mediterranean climate, sandy and pebble beaches, pine groves and beautiful scenery, which makes it an attractive resort. Particularly famous for the island were quarries near the town of Pučišće, where they produce a white "brach stone", which is a special limestone of white color. Many famous buildings around the world are faced with the Brač stone, among others the Diocletian's Palace in Split and the White House in Washington. Bol is a popular resort, lying at the foot of the Vidovaya Mountain. Near Bol is the Golden Cape with its famous beaches, and also known for changing its shape depending on winds and currents.
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