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A city that according to the words of the Byzantine emperor and travel writer Constantine Porfirogenet is older than Rome, nowadays is one of the stronger tourist centres in Croatia.
The crowning site of the Croatian and Croatian-Hungarian rulers, Biograd is today a capital Riviera at the doors of the Kornati islands.
Nin is a town in the marvellous sandy lagoon where life has been present from Neolithic times. It was raised to the level of urbanity in the Roman period.
The “designed” town of Pag is situated on an unusual rocky island not far from ancient ruins.
Kaštel Benković on a hill dominates the fertile Ravni kotari on the border toward barren Bukovica and not far from there and the Liburnian and Roman Asseria lies the town of Benkovac…
A Dalmatian locality of unique position perched between Vrana Lake and the dozen islands in front of it of which the biggest is Vrgada.
The Roman Empire had a port in this cove and next to it, not far from Nin, the settlement sprang.
Starigrad is also called Starigrad Paklenica for it is located in front of the present Paklenica National Park, extending over…
Sveti Filip i Jakov is a locality of excellent farmers with summerhouses of nobility among which the Count Borelli family has left its traces.
Green island, called the Zadar garden, situated across the channel and in front of the city it is connected to by ferryboat.