5 Museums in Zagreb Croatia

Mimara Museum Zagreb
The Museum of Arts and Crafts (Muzej za umjetnost i obrt) was first established in 1880 to house collections of artworks by craftsmen and artists. Hermann Bollé designed the building and it was built between 1887 and 1892. More the 3,000 objects of applied arts from the...
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Hvar Croatia Guide

Hvar Croatia
Part of the central Dalmatian archipelago, Hvar is the longest island in Croatia, known for its lavender fields, hillside vineyards, and delicious delicacies from the Adriatic Sea. In between wandering the ancient marble streets, exploring the beaches and discovering the hidden underwater caves, you can...
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Sibenik Croatia Guide

Sibenik Croatia
Sibenik (Šibenik) is city on the Croatian coast some 80 km north of Split. As it's positioned in the deep bay, it is one of the most naturally protected harbors on the Adriatic coast.Sibenik is the city less known to tourist than Dubrovnik and Split, although...
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Trogir Croatia Guide

Trogir Croatia
Trogir is a very charming city situated on a small island about 30 minutes up the coast from the city of Split. It falls under the group of European ‘old cities’ that would be worth visiting even if they would not have world heritage status....
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Dubrovnik Croatia Guide

Daksa Island Dubrovnik
The Old Town of Dubrovnik juts out into the Adriatic Sea and features a rugged limestone mountain as its backdrop. It's considered as one of the finest and best preserved medieval cities in Europe. At one point in history, Dubrovnik rivaled Venice for its reputation as...
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