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Zadar Travel Guide  

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Zadar is a city in Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. The southern stretch of Croatia's coast is saturated with sun seekers but head north and you will find a region rich in history and natural beauty. The Oregano Marino is a place where one can lay back and relax and enjoy the beautiful sunset. Paklenica Nation Park is a Great place to go exploring the mountains a place of great beauty and also an amazing spot for mountain climbers. Museum Of Ancient Glass is a must see it is a Very unique museum with a vast collection of ancient glass has a very well planned exhibitions the building itself is beautiful and cleverly converted. Cathedral of St. Anastasia is a stunning place and the best part is the bell-tower climb for the super view of Zadar city. Zadar have restaurant that serve delicious sea food and many other verities of cuisine for food lovers.

Area code:
023
Time zone:
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Demonym:
zaratini
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Robert Bale
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Overall Guide : The city’s Roman heritage stands proud to this day on the western part of Zadar. The basilica, the temple, the amphitheatre and aqueduct have been very well preserved. The forum, founded by the Emperor Augustus, was the largest on the... more eastern side of the Adriatic, as proclaimed by two stone inscriptions. The Archaeological Museum holds around 80,000 exhibits and has been open since 1830. The Zadar Faculty of Arts, Historical Archives and Permanent Exhibition of Sacral Art are just some of the city’s cultural and historical sights. Traditional events are also part of Zadar life with the regular Music Evenings at St. Donat and annual events like the Zadar Summer Theatre festival and the holiday of St. Krsevan. Home-made speciality cuisine is on top of the list of the many restaurants. No trip is complete without a visit to the home of Maraskino, the town’s own liqueur that was a favourite in European courts as early as the nineteenth century.
Robert Bale
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Overall Guide : Zadar, in Croatia, is located on the Adriatic Sea. There are more than 300 islands just off its coast. The city enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate with temperatures dropping to around 6.5°C in January and averaging around 25°C in July. During... more World War II, Zadar became one of the best-fortified cities in the world under Nazi Germany. Unfortunately, it was bombed 72 times by Britain and the United States armed forces. After the war, it became part of Yugoslavia. The large Italian population left the city when this happened. Today, with a population of around 81,000, Zadar is a major centre for tourism, sea trade, farming, fishing, mechanical engineering and banking. It is also the seat of both a Catholic and an Orthodox bishop.
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