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Historic heritage

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Historic heritage

Croatia’s historical heritage is still, for the most part, unknown to the general public even though it boasts numerous treasures listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Emperor Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the historic old towns of Trogir & Dubrovnik, St. James Cathedral in Šibenik...Traces of centuries passed can still be seen on the Venetian facades in Dalmatia, the Italian feel of the Istrian peninsula, and central European Zagreb and Varaždin intertwined with local influences. Croatia offers sights and treasures for the most demanding eyes.

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