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|Radio Labin||Folk,Pop,World Europe||Croatia|
|Radio Centar Poreč||Pop||Croatia|
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|Radio Vallis Aurea||News Updates||Croatia|
|Radio Mreznica||Pop,Top 40,Talk||Croatia|
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|Radio Maria Croatia||Religious,Christian,World Europe||Croatia|
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Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia. In this episode we will take a short look around the so called “Green Horseshoe.” This area offers a pleasant walking transition from the ugly post WWII-era’s high rise neighborhoods to the elegant 19th century old town.
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Founded in 1966, the original mission of this school was to serve the expatriate community of Zagreb who wished to have an English language education. Today they have students from 37 different nationalities, 15% of which are Croatian. The school offers an international IB diploma program, as well as programs from smaller children.
The video clip from Croatian INNOSOC students provides general information about Croatia and two Croatian universities: University of Zagreb and Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek. The students also present their faculties: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb and Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Osijek.
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Spring has arrived and we pop up to Zagreb for a day - Balkan Life First few REAL sunny days and work has started in the garden. Tamara and I gor for Čevap in Laktaši followed by an evening out in Banja Luka and the following day take the bus to Zagreb, as I have an early flight to Amsterdam the next day. Sadness and disappointment too as we realise our once FAVE Chinese restaurant in Zagreb is now quite rubbish. Ask me any questions or give a suggestion for a video. http://bit.ly/1NfTHAV Music: David Cutter: http://www.davidcuttermusic.co.uk/ Subscribe To My Other Channels: My Blog at Bloglovin': http://bit.ly/1J1St8a If you LOVE podcasts then: https://soundcloud.com/anenglishmaninthebalkans Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DavidBaileyMBE Like my Facebook page: htt...
Hear from students, faculty, alumni and administration of the Zagreb School of Economics and Management why this AACSB-accredited and best-ranked business school in Southeast Europe is the ideal place to get an undergraduate and graduate education in ENGLISH.
A group of nineteen students from Meiji Gakuin University (MGU) in Tokyo spent their Fall 2015 semester studying abroad at the Zagreb School of Economics and Management. This exchange is a result of ZSEM's efforts to develop its international cooperation with renowned universities around the world, notably those in Asia. MGU students arrived early in Zagreb and took a 2-week Intensive Business English course in order to best prepare themselves for a semester of classes taught in English. They self-selected their courses for the semester, while all nineteen students took a Croatian Studies class. During the Croatian studies course, students learned about the Croatian culture and they visited the Embassy of Japan in Zagreb, the Croatian Parliament and numerous local businesses.
Day 2 of our croatia trip, in zagreb 💃 we visited the art park and the famous museum of broken relationships.
Zagreb is the political and cultural heart of Croatia, an amiable capital city located at the intersection of Central, Eastern and Southern Europe and a city that holds many memories of the Danube Monarchy. Zagreb originated in the Middle Ages from two rival settlements on neighbouring hills, the bishop's seat of Kaptol which is dominated by its cathedral and the free city of Gradec which was its political centre. They both formed the city’s Upper Town. The cathedral dominates the Kaptol district, its two steeples towering above the old city. The city’s marvellous Botanical Garden contains an array of wonderful natural sights. It boasts ten thousand tree and plant varieties including alpine, Mediterranean, and the exotic. Small ponds with water plants are also included in the four point...
Jazzy lounges, bistros and chic ateliers abound in newly popular Zagreb, but this Slavic metropolis still retains plenty of cobbled-street charm. Produced by: Fritzie Andrade Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1Go8CVY Subscribe to the Times Video newsletter for free and get a handpicked selection of the best videos from The New York Times every week: http://bit.ly/timesvideonewsletter Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n Watch more videos at: http://nytimes.com/video --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more from The New York Times? Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo Instagram: http://instagram.com/nytvideo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nytimes Google+: https://plus.google.com/+nytimes Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and...
Join us we visit Zagreb, Croatia in this travel guide covering some of the top attractions and best things to do in the city. With a great food scene, plenty of green spaces and a charming historic core (Gornji Grad) you'll soon find out what makes Zagreb an underrated capital to visit. 10 Things to do in Zagreb City Tour | Croatia Travel Guide: (Hrvatska) Intro - 00:01 1) Markets and Ban Josip Jelačić Square (Zagreb Central Market - Dolac Market) - 00:35 2) Zagreb Cathedral (Zagrebačka katedrala) - 02:14 3) Restaurant Street in the Upper Town (Tkalčićeva Street) - 03:11 4) Museum of Broken Relationships (Muzej prekinutih veza) - 03:40 5) Church of St. Mark (Crkva sv. Marka) - 04:41 6) Promenade Views Upper Town in Zagreb - 05:45 7) Stone Gate in Zagreb (Kamenita Vrata) - 06:19 8) Eating...
Zagreb was the second city I explored on my two-week trip around Croatia. Learned how to ride the trams the hard way, ate some strawberries in the central square, walked through a flower market, watched people light candles and pray next to a magical painting, and visited the Museum of Broken Relationships. SPONSORS House Hostel Website - http://www.thehousehostel.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheHouseHostel Email - email@example.com Phone - +385 1 6181 554 Brit Hostel Website - http://www.brithostel-zagreb.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheBritHostelZagreb Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Phone - +385 1 4847 516 REFERENCES Central Square (Ban Jelačić Square) - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ban_Jela%C4%8Di%C4%87_Square Dolac Market - http://en.wikipedia.org/...
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Some photos and information based on my recent trip to Zagreb.
Europe is a treasure trove of incredible travel experiences, which can make deciding where to go a challenging task indeed. Thankfully Lonely Planet’s travel experts have been on the case to bring you the best spots to add to your bucket list for 2017. What made it to the top spot? Our Destination Editor, Anna Tyler, reveals all... Find out what other destinations mades the list here: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/best-in-europe Tell us what you think about the list on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/lonelyplanet) or Twitter (@lonelyplanet) Find out more about our top destination here: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/croatia/zagreb
Croatia is located in the south of central Europe, nestled between Slovenia and Bosnia and Zagreb is the Countries capital. An old city dating back to 1094 A.D. The old historic town is divided between the newer more modern city which is conveniently accessed by a new modern electric tram railway system. Its filled with universities, museums, galleries and monuments throughout the city. A place with no shortage of outdoor cafes, festivals, and concerts. It's a very clean and quiet place to socialize and explore the history and culture of the Croatia heritage. I came here as part of my travels to live and experience this magnificent place while maintaining a $20/day meal budget. It wasn't difficult since there was an abundance of options to choose from. I found this place to be interesting...
An awesome travel guide to the country of Croatia! Perfect spot for a nice vacation in Europe! You're coming with me on a trip to Croatia! This is one of the hottest new destinations in Europe and I'll point out the important places to visit, things to do, and the must see attractions! Welcome to Pan The Organizer, where you and I work together to help you organize different aspects of your life! We landed in the capital Zagreb, in the northern part of the country, and drove along the Adriatic coastline south to Dubrovnik. Fun fact: the majority of the scenes of the popular TV series "Game of Thrones" were filmed in Croatia! You'll find out all about it in my video! Many people dream of travelling to Croatia and visiting its many attractions. Where to go? What restaurants are go...
During a six-week stay in Split, we escaped to Zagreb for a weekend and fell in love with the city! Check out my annotated itinerary/trip overview on the blog: http://wanderlogue.co/2016/05/weekend-in-zagreb/ ---------- All music courtesy of Spike's Vibes https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLY3kskbNAeDl3utrSfccJA ---------- Instagram: @wanderlogueco Blog: www.wanderlogue.co Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wanderlogue/ ---------- Filmed on: Nikon D5300 Edited in: Final Cut Pro
Cette vidéo traite de ZAGREB IN 2 DAYS TRAVEL GUIDE This video will guide the tourist to EXPLORE THE MOST INTERESTING SPOTS IN ZAGREB IN 2 DAYS UPPER and LOWER TOWN-GORNJI i DONJI GRAD, Main square - TRG BANA JELAČIĆA, Main Street - ILICA, FUNICULAR to UPPER TOWN, STROSSMAYER PROMENADE, A.G.MATOŠ, KISS and LOVE-LOCK STOP, MJESTO ZA LJUBLJENJE, MEŠTROVIĆ ATELIER, ST MARK'S CHURCH, CROATIAN PARLIAMENT, CROATIAN MUSEUM OF NAÏVE ART, ST.CATHRINE'S CHURCH, ST. GEORGE and STONE GATE, HOLY MARY OF STONE GATE- PATRONESS OF ZAGREB CITY, RADIĆEVA STREET, DOLAC MARKET, FISH MARKET, TRADITIONAL CROATIAN LUNCH DISHES, OSLIĆI-HAKE FISH, ČEVAPČIĆI-GRILLED MEATBALLS LUNGIĆ- PORC TENDERLOIN, FLOWER MARKET, TKALČIĆEVA STREET, ZAGREB CATHEDRAL, M.JURIĆ-ZAGORKA, JELAČIĆ SQUARE EVENTS, FOOTBALL MONDIAL, MAK...
We explore Croatia’s capital city of Zagreb. We start our day at Ban Jelačić Square and the market at Dolac Market. We then visit Zagreb Cathedral and have lunch on Tkalčićeva Street, a pedestrian street full of restaurants and bars. After lunch we visit St. Mark’s Church and the Museum of Broken Relationships. We finish off our day at Park Josipa Jurja Strossmayera. ------------------ SUBSCRIBE! - http://bit.ly/1M4etCO ------------------ The impressions of many foreigners who live in Zagreb, business people and tourists can be summed up in a single sentence: a large city which managed to stay romantic and safe. There are unlimited possibilities for visiting music and theatre events, art exhibitions, museums, sporting events and enjoying pleasant walks, interesting architecture, plentifu...
Hey guys! Thanks for watching our Christmas Vlog from Zagreb Croatia's beautiful market for the season! If you have any questions about the area feel free to shoot me a comment! Instagram @beckyjambaro Instagram @kris_jambaro Twitter @becky_jambaro #travel #christmasmarket #vlog #travelcouple #travelbuddies #neverstopexploring #europe #croatia #zagreb
History of Zagreb, Upper and Lower Town, Lotrscak Tower, Zagreb Cathedral, Museum of Broken Relationships, Legend of Upper town witches, Museum of Zagreb City, Drazen Petrovic Heritage Museum, Technical Museum, Dolac Marketplace, Maksimir Park, Zagreb Zoo, Sljeme, C'est is the Best, Rimac Electric Supercars, Hostel Chic, Samobor Cremeschnitte, Christmas in Zagreb and more... Copyright © Amali Doare Production 2015, All rights reserved Please feel free to share or embed link to this video.
Travel video about destination Croatia. Croatia is a European country located in the Mediterranean, a treasure trove of culture and architecture with a long history, ancient buildings, Christian churches, Venetian cities, colourful traditions and stunning coastline of more than a thousand islands. Zagreb is its political and cultural focal point, an amiable capital city situated at the intersection of Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. The Kaptol district has been its Catholic heart since the Middle Ages. An atmospheric place, Upper Town is a gem Zagreb’s historic past. North of Zagreb on the western border with Slovenia, the picture-perfect Veliki Tabor Castle rises on a hill, its Renaissance courtyard with columns and arcades possessing a touch of southern elegance. Kumrovec, birthp...
Today we're hanging out in Zagreb, Croatia. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and is an absolutely beautiful city. This is a quick 2 minute tour of what this city has to offer. Our schedule for the next couple of weeks: https://youtu.be/U9j7SbXunNY ------------------ SUBSCRIBE! - http://bit.ly/1M4etCO ------------------ The city of Zagreb is divided into three sections: The old Gornji grad (Upper Town) containing the presidential place, the iconic Saint Mark’s church, the Croaction parliament, and museums and galleries adorned by cobbled streets lit by gas lamps. The 19th century Donji grad (Lower Town) with shops, restaurants, cafes, theatres and parks. The Novi Zagreb (new Zagreb) full of high rise buildings and not too much to offer to visitors. Interesting Zagreb: Zagre...
Walk in Zagreb Croatia, Visit Croatia, walk in Croatia, Zagreb center walk. travel with Daniel, Daniel World travel. *** ~ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ~ *** At least one new video is posted each and every day! Join Daniel as he travels the WORLD exploring, helping violinists, violin makers and teachers, making and sharing videos that entertain and educate! Go places you’ve never gone before but have always wanted. Find out what it’s like to live like a local in different corners of the earth. What’s next? SUBSCRIBE to find out! Like, Comment and Share on: AV Daniel Violin ~ Facebook Fan Page! ~ https://www.facebook.com/AVDanielViolinFanpage/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC33DZIOL5BhWju6kq1-bqmA?sub_confirmation=1
https://www.expedia.com/Dubrovnik-Southern-Dalmatia.d6050111.Destination-Travel-Guides The Croatian city of Dubrovnik is one of Europe’s most enduring treasures. Cross the medieval bridge and enter the Old Town through Pile Gate, then climb the ramparts for a history lesson like no other. It takes an hour or two to walk the Old Town’s ramparts. At Fort Bokar, take in the views to Fort Lawrence, then follow the sea wall to St John’s Fort, which once protected the City Harbor from enemy ships. Explore Fort Revelin, which offers even more commanding views of the harbor, then continue on to the highest point in the city’s defenses, Fort Minceta. Once you’ve arrived back at Pile Gate, descend into the streets of the Old Town. The town is divided in two by the Stradun, a street marked at ea...
in this presentation, we talked about our project in indonesia which involves mikrotik devices as main component. Presenter: Achmad Mardiansyah
Disclaimer I do not own any of the content in this video. Everything belongs to rightful owners. HRT (P)Airbourne (C) 0:00 - No Way But the Hard Way 3:28 - Black Dog Barking 9:00 - Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast 13:04 - Runnin' Wild
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Official part of our 20th meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Bitcoin-Group-Zagreb/events/238616297/ Copy of event description: Monero is an unlinkable, untraceable currency whose transactions are private by default. Since it launched in 2014, it has worked to protect the privacy of transactions and fungibility of coins. The meeting will cover the history of privacy and fungibility in Bitcoin, discuss several approaches to these problems, and explain how Monero achieves its privacy in detail. Justin will discuss the next steps in development going forward and the limitations compared to other coins. Finally, there will be a Q&A session after the meeting, where he can clear up some final thoughts. About Justin: Justin has been active in the Monero community for the past two years. Although he ...
The Zagreb String Quartet | SINCE 1919 PETAR KLASAN, piano Robert Schumann, Piano Quintet in E-flat major, Op. 44 Allegro brillante 08:50 In modo d'una marcia. Un poco largamente 18:21 Scherzo: Molto vivace 23:10 Allegro ma non troppo http://www.zagrebquartet.com
El segundo y último concierto del IX Campus Jazz Puerto Real 2008 por el David Murray Black Saint Quartet. Vicerrectorado de Proyección Social, Cultural e Internacional. Servicio de Extensión Universitaria de la Universidad de Cádiz
Subscribe at http://goo.gl/l6qjuS for more new travel talks! The Adriatic is emerging as one of Europe's top destinations. We'll focus primarily on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast: the Roman villa-turned-bustling-city, Split; the "Pearl of the Adriatic," Dubrovnik; and some charming seafront villages. We'll also dip into neighboring Slovenia, combining breathtaking Alpine scenery with a breezy Adriatic café culture. Download the PDF handout for this class: http://goo.gl/l7eLvl (Disclaimer: Any special promotions mentioned are no longer valid.)