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Dubrovnik  
St. Claire Convent
St. Claire convent was built at the end of 13th century. It is situated next to the Great Onofrio Fountain. In one part of convent, an orphanage for abandoned and illigimate children was opened in 1434, and was one of the first such institutions in the world. Today, former St. Claire convent is used for the organization of various events, cocktails for up to 600 participants. There is a conference hall for 120 participants and another theatre style conference room equiped with modern technical facilities for presentations and projections.
 
Dubrovnik  
St. Lowrence Fortress
St. Lawrence Fortress often called Gibraltar of Dubrovnik was built on a 37 m hight cliff at the beginning of the 14th c. Main purpose for building it on this position was to defend the city. The terraces which are on three levels can accomodate 800 persons for coctails and some 500 participants for set dinner.
 
Rijeka  
The Croatian Cultural Dome on Sušak
The multifunctional hall of the Croatian Cultural Dome is located in the eastern part of Rijeka, in the Sušak city quarter and only a few minutes by foot from the city centre. With a modern design and 536 seats, this venue is suitable for holding of congresses, conferences, promotions, presentations, but also for films and plays.
 
Zadar  
Višnjik Sport Centre
Sports Centre Višnjik was built in 2008 as a multifunctional centre. It is located in north-eastern part of Zadar, 20 minutes by foot from the old town centre. The main multifunctional hall Krešimir Ćosić can accommodate 10.000 people.
 
Zagreb  
Zagreb Fair Convention Centre
The Zagreb Fair Congress Centre offers a number of different-sized premises with capacities ranging from 20 to 1200 places. It has all the modern technology and other auxiliary equipment required for smooth organization of conferences, projections and similar activities.
 
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