Croatia joined UNESCO on June 1, 1992. The country is particularly active in the defense of peace and the promotion of inter-cultural dialogue. Croatia also plays an active role in strengthening cooperation in South-East Europe. In September 2007, it hosted the annual regional Ministerial Conference on Cultural Heritage.

Old Town Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, city of unique cultural and political history, is a part of the UNESCO's world heritage list since 1979. It has experienced independence since 13th century, when the Dubrovnik Republic- trading power of the Mediterranean had developed. Dubrovnik guarded its freedom of trade and diplomatic relations by strong...

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice Lakes are the most famous Croatian national park, part of the UNESCO World Heritage. It consists of 16 small lakes connected by natural waterfalls, dense forests of beech and fir forests and numerous wildlife species, and are fed by numerous rivers and streams, interconnected cascades and waterfalls. Plitvice are declared as a national...

Euphrasius' Early Christian basilica in Poreč

Euphrasius' basilica is the most important cultural asset of the town of Porec, in the year 1997 inscribed on the UNESCO list of world heritage. It seems that the complex of sacral buildings erected during the time of the bishop Euphrasius in the 6th century. In addition to the basilica are: atrium, baptistery, bishop's palace and the remains of mosaics...

Cathedral of St. Jacob in Sibenik

Cathedral of St. Jacob is a unique monument of sacral architecture, added to UNESCO's World Heritage list in the year 2000. This Gothic-Renaissance cathedral was erected on the south side of the central old town square. The idea of building a great cathedral dates from 1298 when Sibenik got its own diocese and the status of the city. The construction, however...

Diocletian's Palace and the medieval Split

Diocletian's Palace in 1979. included in the UNESCO list of world heritage. This is one of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world. Today the palace is one of the most significant monuments of European culture from late antiquity, in which were collected various artistic influences of the Roman Empire, and is among the most famous antique monuments...

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