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Cultural heritage

Culture with its diversity and uniqueness represents the common richness of humankind.

National parks

National parks preserve the important natural values and represent our pledge for the future.

Nature parks

Pearls of Croatian protected natural heritage will impress you by its diversity and beauty.


Stone sculptures made by mother nature in the mysterious depths of the underground will take your breath away.

 Republika Hrvatska Kvarner Rijeka Cultural heritage


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Trsat (Italian: Tersatto, Latin: Tarsatica) is part of the city of Rijeka, Croatia. It has a historic castle or fortress in a strategic location and several historic churches. The Croatian noble Prince Vuk Krsto Frankopan is buried in one of the churches. Trsat is a steep hill, 138 m high, rising over the gorge of the Rječina river, about a kilometre away from the sea. It was strategically significant from the earliest times right up to the 17th century. Today it is a major Croatian Christian pilgrimage centre and home to a statue of Pope John Paul II who came to Trsat as a Pilgrim in 2003.
The above description and images are used from the article Trsat on Wikipedia, licensed under CC-BY-SA.

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Lat: 45°19’59"N Lon: 14°28’0"E
45.3333 14.4667