The latest issue of Matica magazine offers some one hundred illustrations and a broad range of articles on ethnic Croatian communities abroad, all set against the backdrop of the current pandemic trepidation associated with SARS-CoV-2, and the earthquake in Zagreb
Humanitarian Olga Stoss (95) is now one of the nine people to be honoured with an honorary citizenship for their special contributions to the city and the community.
The March issue of the Croatian Heritage Foundation’s monthly Matica magazine features top events of all-Croatian and international significance. This month’s issue is dedicated to Cres, the largest island in the Adriatic Sea
The Croatian Cup is a competitive sports event played between ethnic Croatian football (soccer) clubs in Switzerland and organised by the Association of Croatian Football Clubs in Switzerland. The competition is organised in four regional groups, with group winners going on to compete in the final tournament.
The Novo Selo (Neudorf bei Parndorf) municipality in Austria is celebrating a special anniversary this year. 450 years ago, in 1570, the first Croatian settlers arrived here. The local Novo Selo Museum and Culture Association will celebrate the anniversary with a series of events.
Charters were presented to the Croatian Culture Association of Mainz, the Croatian Culture Association of Wiesbaden, The Croatian-European Culture Association of Frankfurt, the German-Croatian Association of Mainz, the Livanjska Zajednica Association of Frankfurt, the Croatian Culture Association of Mannheim, the Hercegovina Croatian Community of Stuttgart, FC Posavina Frankfurt, FC Croatia Frankfurt and the Sveti Ivan Ričice Local Heritage Association.
In a very broad field of competitors from over seventy countries around the world the Croatian national representatives returned to their homes sporting two team medals, six individual bronze medals, and four individual silver medals.
In the new year we will continue to showcase our stunning Adriatic islands and their points of interest, people, natural wonders, flora, fauna and history. This issue focuses on the island of Lastovo. We are also introducing two new columns: Croatian Musicians and The Sociological Puzzle.
The Vlado Kristl–Madeleine, Madeleine programme will open and close with three thematically linked units and is the work of the Paris chapter of the association of former student of Croatian universities AMCA, and the Lapidarium museum of Novigrad.
The Croatian diaspora folk costume collection was created in 2004 under a new systematisation of the museum collections, drawn from the existing collections, and now has over seven hundred physical exhibits and has been entirely digitalised. It brings together the apparel of members of the Croatian ethnic communities in various parts of central and eastern European countries: Austria, Czechia, Kosovo, Hungary, Romania and Serbia.