Friday, 28 April 2017

Castles, Boats and Fairy Tales: Turning Cultural Heritage into Tourist Attractions

Apart from countless museums, galleries and historic sites that make up a major part of the cultural offer in Croatia, there are certain parts of our local heritage that are often ignored or haven't yet been presented in an attractive way. In recent years there's been a surge of projects aiming to interpret Croatian cultural heritage in innovative ways, and we bring you a list of five great examples on how to turn an overlooked or otherwise mundane subject into a spectacular attraction worthy of sharing with the world.

Monday, 13 February 2017

Rudjer Boskovic Monument Unveiled in Milan

More recognition for the Dubrovnik genius Rudjer Boskovic as his monument is unveiled in the Italian city of Milan.

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Who is Who in Dubrovnik: Ivan Gundulic

You've definitely seen his statue, you've probably taken a photo of him, you may have even found yourself sitting underneath him in a desperate attempt to catch your breath in the summer sun, but do you know who he is? Get to know one of Dubrovnik's most celebrated figures...

Sunday, 3 April 2016

Culture Ministry Causes Controversy with Its Response to Attack on Ante Tomić

Ministry's comments on the attack on well-known journalist and writer seem to question who was really responsible.

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