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Protected intangible goods

Protected intangible goods Croatia has 131 registered protected intangible goods in the Register of Cultural Goods,

Croatia has 131 registered protected intangible goods in the Register of Cultural Goods, and from the Zadar region they are: the speech of the Zadar Arbanasi, Donkey music from Sali, ojkanje or orzanje (a type of local hinterland singing), glagolithic singing, Pag lace, Pag weight, singing na kanat on the island of Pag, traditional Pag cheese production, traditional pottery making from the island of Iž, the art of building dry stone walls, funeral customs connected with mirila or resting places, cheese preparation from goatskin from the Dalmatian Zagora Velebit and Lika, preparation of the traditional Lika cheese  škripavac, celebration of Our Lady of Zečevo from Nin, making decorative embroidery/četverokuk from the western Dinarides in Croatia and Dalmatian harmony singing (a capella) in the Republic of Croatia, and many have not been registered or are being registered.