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Comenius Alley/cro/

Comenius Alley/cro/
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Svjetlana Brkić Milivojević

on 28 November 2013

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Transcript of Comenius Alley/cro/

Croatia
Daruvar
Talents
School
Comenius alley/cro
in our school
10 interesting facts about Croatia

that the people from Bednja, a village in North Croatia cannot understand the fishermen from the farthest populated Croatian island Lastovo because they speak using completely different dialects of the Croatian language?

that Nikola Tesla was born in Croatia in the village Smiljan? (And that he refused to accept the Nobel prize because he had to share it with Edison?:D)


that The White House was built using stones from Croatia’s island Brač?

that neckties come from Croatia?

that the most preserved Roman amphitheater is located in Pula which is the only one in the world with all 3 rows completely preserved?

that Dalmatian dogs (seen in the movie 101 Dalmatians) got their name after Dalmatia a south coastal region in Croatia?


that the smallest town in the world according to Guiness World records is Hum in the central part of Istria? It has only 23 inhabitants.

that Croatia is the homeland of the famous merchant traveler Marco Polo?

that Croats had their own alphabet called “glagoljica” (eng. Glagolitic) that was in everyday use until the 18th century?

that the most successful skier in the history of winter Olympic games is the Croatian skier Janica Kostelić and that Croatia is a country without skiing tradition? She won 4 Olympic golden and 2 silver medals.
http://issuu.com/kristinadvorak/docs/graddaruvar?mode=window
I'm the winner!
See you :)
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