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1 April: Centre of the World Day, Ludbreg
Events and Festivals, 26 March 2014

1 April: Centre of the World Day, Ludbreg
Every spring on 1 April, the town of Ludbreg celebrates being the nearest town to the centre of the world.
 
1 December 2013 – 6 January 2014: Christmas & New Year Fair, Split
Events and Festivals, 24 December 2013

1 December 2013 – 6 January 2014: Christmas & New Year Fair, Split
Split’s promenade becomes a festive wonderland from December onwards to celebrate the Christmas and New Year period.
 
10 – 13 July - Fresh Island Festival, Zrce Beach, Pag Island
Events and Festivals, 20 May 2013

10 – 13 July - Fresh Island Festival, Zrce Beach, Pag Island
In its second year, the Fresh Island Festival is the only hip-hop festival in the southeast of Europe....
 
10 July – 25 to August 2014: 65 Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Dubrovnik
Events and Festivals, 24 July 2014

10 July – 25 to August 2014: 65 Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Dubrovnik
The oldest and the most well-known Croatian festival – The Dubrovnik Summer Festival - will be taking place this year for the 65th time in the unique setting of the indoor and outdoor stages of the Renaissance and Baroque City of Dubrovnik.
 
10 July – 28 August - 64th Dubrovnik Summer Festival
Events and Festivals, 24 July 2013

10 July – 28 August - 64th Dubrovnik Summer Festival
Held since 1950, the annual summer festival returns to the UNESCO World Heritage City of Dubrovnik.
 
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