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Zadar is a city in Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. It is the centre of Zadar County and the wider northern Dalmatian region. Zadar is a historical center of Dalmatia as well as the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Zadar.

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Google previewLonely Planet Mediterranean Europe (2013)

by Lonely Planet, Duncan Garwood, James Bainbridge, Mark Baker, Mark Elliott, Anthony Ham, Craig McLachlan, Anja Mutic, Regis St Louis, Nicola Williams

and quality museums, Zadar is an excellent city. It's not too...

Google previewNegotiating the Mediated City (2013)

Everyday Encounters with Public Screens by Zlatan Krajina

Zadar is a Dalmatian town with a population of 100,000 and the highest proportion of its income comes from the tourist industry (Vjesnik, 2007). Its promenade provides local inhabitants with a central space for highly valued evening rounds of ...

Google previewCritical Spaces (2014)

Contemporary Perspectives in Urban, Spatial and Landscape Studies by Alexandru Calcatinge

Conclusion Zadar is a town with a long and turbulent. 176 Vera Graovac ...

Google previewDK Eyewitness Travel Guide Croatia (2017)

by DK

Proximity to Zadar means that since Roman times it has been a popular place for the city nobles to build holiday villas. In the Renaissance period more summer residences were built here, particularly in Sali. This is the largest town and port on ...

Google previewZadar In Your Pocket

Cover story Zadar is a town that expresses the all too common and favoured coastal theme: take a seat in the shade, order yourself a liquid and sit ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Croatia (2009)

by Robert Stallaerts

_Z_ ZADAR. Capital of Dalmatia under the Byzantines; it took over this function from Roman Salona, which had been destroyed and occupied by the Slavs. In earlier times, Zadar was known under the name of Jadera or Diadora. The old town ...

Google previewWorld Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre (2014)

Volume 1: Europe by Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer

and the KazaliAte lutaka Zadar ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology (2010)

by Clifford J. Rogers

Vann Zara, Siege of The extensively fortified city of Zara (present-day Zadar, Croatia) kept its privileged position among the Dalmatian cities even after the Hungarian oc- cupation of 1105, and it became a theater of a long political ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

Zach Zachary; Zachariah; Zacharias; Zachary; Zachris; Zack Zachariah; Zacharias; Zachary ZACR Zambia Armored Car Regiment 'zactly exactly Zad Zadar; Zadock ZADCA ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust: Seredina-Buda-Z (2001)

by Shmuel Spector, Geoffrey Wigoder

ZADAR (Ital. Zara) Croatia, Yugoslavia, today Republic of Croatia. Jews first lived in Z. in the 14th cent. The attitude of the authorities towards them fluctuated: at times the Jews held influential positions, on other occasions they were expelled.

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