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The The pre-Romanesque Byzantine St Donat's Church & the Campinale bell tower of the St Anastasia Cathedral. Zadar, Croatia

Licitars are colorfully decorated biscuits made of sweet honey/gingerbread dough that are part of Croatia's cultural heritage and a traditional symbol of Zagreb. They are used as an ornamental gift often given at celebrations of love. At Christmas time Zagreb is adorned with thousands of licitar hearts. In 2010, UNESCO added the Gingerbread craft from Northern Croatia to the "Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage" for Croatian culture.

"For a weekend break, the top of your list should really be the Croatian capital, Zagreb, which you’ll find has more than enough to keep you busy for at least two to three days – if not longer." Croatia: the Bradt Guide;

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10 cities in Europe that are definitely worth the visit. Italy, Rome, sometimes called The Eternal City, is the capital of Italy. It is one…

4 Day Lacemaking in Croatia Tour from Zagreb Visit two small towns of continued lace work in Croatia – Island of Pag famous for its needlepoint lace, Lepoglava that is well-known for its bobbing lace. Croatian lace work was registered in UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Day 1: ZagrebArrival in Zagreb. Check-in at the hotel. Visit to Ethnographic Museum which assists in preserving lace craftsmanship in Croatia. In 2009 Croatia...

"Once the capital of Istria, Porec hosts a 6th-century Euphrasian Basilica with outstanding mosaics." Croatia: the Bradt Guide;