Croatian Tourism – Varazdin

Croatia – Špancirfest started its story twenty years ago as the first street festival in Croatia. Today, it is one of the most visited and most popular national festival events in Croatia. The idea behind Špancirfest is to provide aRead More

2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™

Croatia – If in Russia, the country hosting the 21stFIFA World Cup, we can single out Lev (Leo) Nikolayevich Tolstoy as the symbol of that large nation, then we can also declare that another famous lion – Lev Ivanovich YashinRead More

Easter 2018

Croatia – hristmas and Easter are associated with light. The God is born as a “young sun“ on Christmas collecting within Himself the ancient signs and meanings of earth renewal. He arrives from the light of high spheres to becomeRead More

Winter Olympic Games – PyeongChang 2018

Croatia – We do not typically associate Korea, especially South Korea, with the Winter Olympic Games. However, this is going to change in 2018. South Korea lost the Winter Olympic Game race to Vancouver in 2003 and then again toRead More

500th Anniversary of Reformation in Europe

About 500th Anniversary of Reformation in Europe Croatia – This productive author is not only recognized as the author of important theological works, such as Clavis Scripturae Sacrae seu de Sermone Sacrarum literarum, but also as a historiographer: his Catalogus testium veritatis was translated intoRead More

Autism – Living in their Own World

Croatia – Autism is a condition where a child (or an adult) experiences the world in a way that significantly differs compared to other people. The basic characteristics of persons with disabilities from the autism spectrum are difficulties in communicationRead More

Joint Issue Croatia – Israel

Croatia – This commemorative postage stamp has been jointly issued with Israel Post. The Republic of Croatia and the State of Israel established a diplomatic relationship on Sep. 4th, 1997. The relationship between the two countries has reached a highRead More

Mediterranean Trees

Croatia – The renowned wild olive groves of Lun occupy the furthest tip of the Island of Pag, from the Cape of Saint Martin to Dudi?, and further along Gager, Jakišnica and Staniš?e. There are around 80,000 autochthonous trees onRead More

Croatian Tourism

Croatia – Zagreb has always been an attractive city. Long time ago, during the middle ages, people used to go to Zagreb for large annual fairs and, later on, for commercial exhibitions. Currently, the main motif for visiting Zagreb areRead More

Lions Club International 100th Anniversary

Croatia – The year 2017 marks the centennial anniversary of the Lions Clubs International. Today, the international association of Lions Clubs is the largest humanitarian organisation in the world with more than 1,400,000 members in more than 46,000 clubs inRead More

300th Ann of the Birth of Maria Theresa

Croatia – Maria Theresa, the Queen of the Hungarians, the Czechs and the Croatians, and the Archduchess of Austria, reigned from 1740 to 1780. As the wife of Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor born in Lorraine, she also bore the titleRead More