German-Croatian Folklore Groups Gather for Festival

Nine folklore ensembles from the Croatian Catholic missions, communities and parishes in Essen, Darmstadt, Nürnberg, Düsseldorf, Offenbach, Ludwigsburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart/Bad Cannstatt and Wuppertal gathered at the Martinsee culture and sports centre. The 28th Croatian Folklore Festival was staged in Heusenstamm near the German city of Offenbach am Main on the 4th of May. The event…

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Moj Nenadić Monograph Presented at Sciences and Arts Academy

The monograph on Nenadić near Sombor, a salaš (farmstead) type village typical of the region, was promoted by Frane Parać, vice president of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, academician Dragutin Feletar, Vladimir Nazor Croatian Culture and Arts Society president Mata Matarić, Sombor mayor Dušanka Golubović, Mario Bara, Croatian Writers’ Association president Đuro Vidmarović, Stjepan Sučić and Carmelite friar Mato Miloš.

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Spring Issue of Matica Magazine

Two decades following the extraction from the seabed of the famed Croatian Apoxyomenos, an antiquity period statue currently on display at the European Parliament in Brussels, the March issue of the CHF’s monthly Matica magazine offers a ten-page spread featuring the wonder of Lošinj island, its history and natural beauty.

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