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Brijuni is a group of islands that lies close to Istria's western coast. Its most beautiful part was proclaimed a national park in 1983. The islands are 6 km from Pula and are separated from the mainland by the Fazana channel through which boats from the Fazana harbor to Brijuni operate on a daily basis. The Brijuni archipelago consists of 2 larger islands - Veliki and Mali Brijun, as well as 13 smaller, well-indented islands that have been inhabited since prehistorical times...
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The town of Rab Croatia also boasts a long recorded history that dates back to the year 10 BC, when it is mentioned in an old Roman document by which the Roman emperor Octavian. Augustus proclaims it a muncipium and grants it independence. If we enter the town through one of the town gates, e. g. the "Zlatna vrata" (Golden Gate) we will be attracted by the uncommon peace of the "Gornja ulica" (Upper street)...
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Vodice has been praised by thousands of tourists for its tourist achievements. It is one of the best known tourist destinations on the Adriatic not only because it can accommodate a large number of tourists Vodice but for its tourist facilities and entertainment offered. It is 12km northeast from Sibenik, situated along the coast in a large bay. It is well connected to other centers by the Adriatic tourist road and there are numerous ferry lines, too...
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Knin is situated 55km northeast from Sibenik to which it is connected by the road which leads from the coast to the hinterland. Due to its position, many centuries it was an important strategic center which controlled the roads. The history of Knin goes back to the 6th and the 7th ct. at the times of the great migration of peoples, although numerous remains prove much older life in this area...
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