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Sounds of Dalmatia incentively moving one’s voice … and heart

Klapa multipart singing, ancient tradition of the Southern Croatian regions of Dalmatia, has been since 2012 inscribed on the UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Klapa singing dates back to the late medieval era, to the time of ancient Dalmatian brotherhoods. Klapa singing is combined by several main features: multipart singing,...
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Dalmatia celebrating the first two Michelins!

Yesterday, the MICHELIN Guide Croatia announced two new receivers of the Michelin Star. Šibenik's restaurant Pelegrini and Dubrovnik's restaurant 360˚ both received a well-deserved recognition, what made them the second and third Croatian restaurant to receive this prominent title. Last year, restaurant Monte in Rovinj received the first Michelin Star in Croatian history. Photo Credit:...
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Eating Proscuitto On The Baron’s Fortress

Photo Credit: Tvrđava Kulture Šibenik Have a Marendin – the Dalmatian brunch at its best Fortress Barone in Šibenik is not just proud of the most prestigous Croatian award in tourism, The Best Cultural Attraction 2016, but also of its already traditional event Marendin. Marendin, the regional expression for a slow and light meal between...
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»Golden Gingerbread« for the best windowshop within medieval walls

Adventura, the annual festivity in the City of Šibenik in the month of December, includes a prize contest called Christmas Gingerbread (Božićni medenjak). The competition recognizes owners of business and private spaces in the Šibenik's old town's center that have decorated their windowshops in the »sweetest« way. Adventura 2017 awarded the best windowshops for the...
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Theatre in the Krešimir’s City

Croatian National Theatre in Šibenik besides art and cultural events hosts business events as well Croatia’s second oldest theatre and the oldest theatre still being in use to these days, was built in 1870. Šibenik’s people are very proud of one particular theatre’s distinctiveness: the construction was not financed by the state or the city,...
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