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Vijesti iz kulture, 02 July 2012

The 5-th Uskok Days
The Tourist Board of Senj presents the 5-th Uskok Days, a mediaeval festivity from Friday, the 06-th to Sunday, the 08-th of July 2012.
 
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Events
Jastrebarsko
,  01/09/2015 - 30/09/2015
Jaska Wine Festival
The traditional September wine festival has been held for 16 years and every September promotes the wines and wineries of this region, announcing thecoming harvest. It is the most important event and social happening in Jaska and the region.
 
Krizevci
,  07/09/2015 - 07/09/2015
St Mark Križevčanin day
The third proclaimed Croatian saint is from Križevci by birth. Born Marko Krizin, he chose priesthood, studied theology and philosophy in Vienna and Graz, then resided in Rome.
 
Dubrovnik
,  01/12/2014 - 01/02/2015
Christmas Fair
During the festive days of December, Dubrovnik - UNESCO's city of world heritage - will sparkle with magic decorations and candles which will create the ambience of a magical Renaissance town.
 
Crikvenica
,  23/05/2015 - 24/05/2015
9th Ad Turres Days
In 2007, Crikvenica started hosting this cultural-educational event as a way of celebrating the area's rich architectural heritage. The event evokes Roman times in a vivid, picturesque way, so that visitors can re-experience the atmosphere of ancient Crikvenica.
 
Crikvenica
,  19/06/2015 - 20/06/2015
4. Frankopan Days
In 2012, Crikvenica celebrated a round-number birthday. It has been exactly 600 years since Duke Nikola IV Frankopan ordered a construction of a monastery near a crumbling Church of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and gave it as a present to the monks of St.
 
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