Cave Romanae is a historic quarry near Pula in Istria. It’s known for supplying the stone used to build the Pula Arena during Roman times, under Emperor Vespasian’s rule. Located in Vinkuran, this quarry was important because of its quality white stone. Today, it’s a historical site that gives us a glimpse into Roman building…
Exploring the beautiful village of Lubenice perched on a cliff on Cres Island.
Croatians in the processes of the Venetian Inquisition: 4 interesting cases
Summer lunch at traditional tavern Zoglov on Vis Island
Round Table on Stojan Janković and his Legacy in Croatian history
Visiting Benkovac fair in July 2023
Gospa od Tarca pilgrimage in Kornati National Park
German painter Franz Seraph Stirnbrand was of unknown Croatian origin
The history and origins of Croatian peka through archaeological and historical sources
Winter hiking in Croatia visiting Manojlovac waterfalls at Krka National Park
An interesting sarcophagus recently found in Zadar with bones of a local recluse Georgius
How a 17th Ct. Peruvian volcano eruption Influenced Croatian lands through various sources and some curious connections with plague and military operations.
Interesting story of two brothers from Zadar who made an career as opera singers in Italy at the turn of the century.
Visiting the graveyard of Kringa in search of a legend of Jure Grando – the first recorded person known to have come back from the dead.
My first visit and inspection to boutique Hotel Emotheo in charming Imotski town.