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Works from seven Croatian photographers have been selected to exhibit at the Croatian Contemporary Photography Exhibition held at the Museum of Normandy in the town of Caen in France starting on 25 February, reports daily Jutarnji List.
Marina Viculin, curator of gallery Klovic dvor in Zagreb, who selected photographers Ana Opalic, Mio Vesovic, Marko Ercegovic, Jasenko Rasol, Petar Dabac, Boris Cvjetanovic and Ivan Posavec for the French exhibiton, believes that they currently represent the best of Croatian photography.
All photographers apart from Rasol will travel to France for the exhibition which is open until 30 April.
Best of British indie confirmed for Eco-Music festival Terraneo
Organisers of the second edition of the eco-music festival Terraneo, which will be held on from 7 to 9 August in the Adriatic coastal town of Sibenik, have announced a series of acts which have been confirmed for the 3-day summer festival.
Secrets of the pyramids in Dubrovnik
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Croatia's best companies honoured at 'Golden Kuna' awards
Omco Croatia from Hum na Sutli in the Krapina-Zagorje county in northern Croatia was named the best big Croatian company by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce; and was last night (Tues) awarded the "Golden Kuna" for business excellence in 2011, reported poslovni.hr
Tourists interested in staying in prison cells of Tito and Tudjman
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Croatia set to join European VAT record holders
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Varazdin footballers living in retirement home
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Croatian tourism promotion video gets rare praise from Belgium
One of Belgium's most popular tourist portals Pagtour has praised a promotional video from the Croatian Tourist Board which features well known Croatian cellist Ana Rucner, reported portal politika plus.
Croatia Airlines syndicates announce strike action
Croatia Airlines syndicates demand a new collective contract, they have announced a strike warning for next Thursday unless their demands are met by the board before that time, reported portal index.hr.
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The average monthly net salary paid in Croatia for December 2011 was 5,493 kuna (725 Euros), which in real terms was 1.3 per cent less than in December 2010, according to data released today by the Central Bureau of Statistics.
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The Dubrovnik city walls, looked after by the Society of Friends of Dubrovnik Antiquities, was the most visited cultural-historical monument in Croatia last year
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