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Woman's costume of the central Dalmatian coast, Croatia

Split Croatia - traditional central dalmatian dress versions on the right and the 'daily' costume on the left.

Klapa music group at Split, Croatia    The klapa music is a form of a cappella singing that first appeared in littoral Croatia during the middle of the 19th century.[3] The word klapa is derived from a word in slang Italian spoken in Trieste at the time. It refers to "a group of people" and the singing style traces its roots to liturgical church singing. The motifs in general celebrate love, wine (grapes), country (homeland) and sea.

Klapa music group at Split, Croatia The klapa music is a form of a cappella singing that first appeared in littoral Croatia during the middle of the 19th century.[3] The word klapa is derived from a word in slang Italian spoken in Trieste at the time. It refers to "a group of people" and the singing style traces its roots to liturgical church singing. The motifs in general celebrate love, wine (grapes), country (homeland) and sea.

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Top 10 Amazing Facts About Croatia No.8 is way too short and missing some real Croatian meals but other than that-pretty good video ;)

Top 10 Amazing Facts About Croatia is way too short and missing some real Croatian meals but other than that-pretty good video ;

Croatian Folklore Costumes from Turopolje. (Turopolje forms a part of Posavina, a region to the south of Zagreb bordering the right banks of the Sava river on the northeast, and the Vukomeričke gorice hills to the southwest.)

Croatian Folklore Costumes from Turopolje. (Turopolje forms a part of Posavina, a region to the south of Zagreb bordering the right banks of the Sava river on the northeast, and the Vukomeričke gorice hills to the southwest.

The Sinjska Alka, a knights’ tournament in Sinj (Croatia)The Sinjska Alka is a chivalric tournament that takes place annually, as it has since 1717, in the town of Sinj, in the Cetinska krajina region. During the contest, knights ride horses at full gallop along a main street, aiming lances at an iron ring hanging on a rope. The name of the tournament derives from this alka or ring, a word whose Turkish origin reflects the historical co-existence and cultural exchange between two different…

The Sinjska Alka, a knights’ tournament in Sinj (Croatia)

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