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Explore Adici in Croatia.

Adici in the region of Zadarska is located in Croatia - some 104 mi (or 167 km) South of Zagreb, the country's capital city.

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Time in Adici is now 04:03 PM (Sunday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Zagreb" with an UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Munich, Budapest, Bratislava, Rome, Zadar or Adici. Since you are here already, consider visiting Starigrad, Skiljic, Marasovici, Punta, Tomici and Mali Vaganac. We saw some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.




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Chorwacja 2012 Karlobag Trip

07:45 min ( May 30, 2012 by PanPlaton)
Views: 506 - Rating: 5/5

2 Maj 2012 - wyjazd wzdłuż linii brzegowej do Karlobagu, 50km w jedną stronę, najwyższe wzniesienie 137mnpm Cel - podwodne zdjęcia. Niezrealizowany... woda pieruńsko zimna wymagała nagłej ewa...

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05:39 min ( July 16, 2012 by Daniel Angelovski)
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MC Tour May 2008 Bosnia-Denmark part 7...

08:49 min ( June 13, 2008 by daniel1311)
Views: 2,972 - Rating: 5/5

Seventh clip from our tour in may 2008. It begins at Paklenica National Park (close to Zadar) in Croatia. Then we headed for Lukovo (50 miles from Rijeka). The road between Zadar and Rijeka was absolu...

Summer holiday in Croatia 2008

09:10 min ( January 23, 2009 by kikata)
Views: 264 - Rating: 0/5

Summer holiday in Croatia with Mare, Pavle, Sonja, Fric and little Bojana


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Interesting facts about this location

Starigrad, Zadar County

Starigrad is a municipality in Croatia in the Zadar County. The total population is 1,875 (census 2011). According to the 2001 census, 95% of the population are Croats. The list of settlements in the municipality is: Seline, population 454 Starigrad, population 1,154 Tribanj, population 265

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Located at 44.37, 15.41 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Municipalities of Croatia, Populated coastal places in Croatia, Populated places in Zadar County

Ražanac

Ražanac is a municipality in Croatia in the Zadar County. According to the 2001 census, there are 3,107 inhabitants, 98% of which are Croats. The settlements in the municipality are: Jovići (population 420) Krneza (population 196) Ljubač (population 455) Radovin (population 561) Ražanac (population 1,002) Rtina (population 473)

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Located at 44.37, 15.41 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
Tags:Municipalities of Croatia, Populated places in Zadar County

Rtina

Rtina is a village in northern Dalmatia, Croatia. The population is 473 (census 2001). Rtina belongs to Zadar County, and is located about 13 km from the Motorway No. 1, Zagreb – Split. Rtina lies on a small promontory whose northeastern side is located opposite to the Mountain of Velebit, separated from it with the southern part of the Velebit strait. It is connected by a bridge with the island of Pag at its northwestern tip.

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Located at 44.37, 15.41 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 8 mi away.
Tags:Populated places in Zadar County

Operation Medak Pocket

Operation Medak Pocket was a military operation undertaken by the Croatian Army between 9 – 17 September 1993, in which a salient reaching the south suburbs of Gospić, in the south-central Lika region of Croatia, then under the control of the self-proclaimed Republic of Serbian Krajina, was attacked by Croatian forces. The pocket was named after the village of Medak. The Croatian offensive temporarily succeeded in expelling rebel Serb forces from the pocket after several days of fighting.

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Located at 44.37, 15.41 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 8 mi away.
Tags:1993 in Croatia, Battles involving Canada, Battles involving France, Battles of the Croatian War of Independence, Conflicts in 1993, Massacres in Croatia

Siege of Bihać

The term Siege of Bihać refers to a three-year-long siege of the northwestern Bosnian town of Bihać by the Army of the Republika Srpska, the Army of the Republic of Serbian Krajina and Bosniak dissenters led by the Bosnian Muslim politician Fikret Abdić during the 1992-95 Bosnian War. The siege lasted for three years, from June 1992 until 4–5 August 1995, when Operation Storm ended it after the Croatian Army (HV) overran the rebel Serbs in Croatia and northwest of the besieged town.

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Located at 44.37, 15.41 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 10 mi away.
Tags:1992 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1993 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1994 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Battles of the Bosnian War, Croatian War of Independence, Serbian war crimes in the Bosnian War