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American television journalist and producer Ashley Colburn, who won a prestigious Emmy Award for her documentary "WOW Croatia," is back and has made a new documentary series called "Wonders of Croatia", writes daily newspaper Slobodna Dalmacija.
The series reveals the diversity of Croatia which is divided into seven regions, each characterised by different cuisine, traditions, landscape and special features.
Colburn's real discovery during her journey were the Croatian hosts she meets along the way and who inform the young American about Croatia, the way of life for them and why Croatia is their one and only homeland.
"Every traveler wants to discover the secrets of the country they visit and live like the locals, in Croatia you will truly feel that way," says Ashley in the "Wonders of Croatia" series.
The series will be shown in Croatian television starting on 28 August.
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