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Pearl of the Mediterranean
Dalmatia with its total land area of over 12,000 km2 occupies a coastal strip of Croatian long 400 km wide and about 70 km and consists of the island, coast and hinterland. It stretches from Novigrad Paklenice to Cape Ostro on Prevlaka. Dalmatia is divided into 3 regions: Region North Dalmatia with regional centers Zadar and Sibenik, Central Dalmatia with the regional center of Split and Dalmatia from the southern regional center of Dubrovnik. Dalmatia is adorned with a single indented coastline of over 1000 islands, islets and reefs. Dalmatia is facing the Adriatic sea, which with its area of 138,000 km2 of the most beautiful bay of the Mediterranean Sea. Details...
Golden Plains Croatian
Slavonia is spreading in the eastern part of the Croatian, between the rivers Dunav, Drava and Sava. Slavonia is known for its wide plains, wheat fields, oak forests, picturesque vineyard and Baroque palaces. Slavonia is a major tourist region which consists of 5 counties: Brodsko-Posavska, Požeško-Slavonska, Osiječko-Baranjska, Virovitičko-Podravska and Vukovarsko-Srijemska. Slavonia has a rich history as evidenced by preserved monuments such as Vučedolska dove from the Bronze Age over 4000 years old that has become a symbol of Slavonia. City, business, cultural and historical city center of Slavonia, Osijek, which is located along the right bank of the Drava. Besides him, there are cities: Slavonski Brod, Nova Gradiska, Pozega, Vinkovci, Vukovar. Details...