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Seven waterfalls, more than 1,000 plant species and hundreds of caves are just a small portion of this divine park.
The construction of Diocletian’s palace took place in 295, and that year is considered the year when Split was founded.
Trogir was once the cultural centre of Dalmatia that today virtuously keeps numerous works of master Radovan and other top artists.
Dubrovnik is recognized by many as the pearl of the Adriatic, and there is a handful of posts, articles and releases that glorify its beauty.
Mostar, the biggest city in Herzegovina, is a unique destination with a long history.
Cetina, the largest Croatian coastal river, springs near the homonymous village in the north-western part of Dinara.
Omis is situated at the mouth of the river Cetina, near the town of Split.