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Dinara Mountain

The highest Croatian peak It is difficult not to fall in love with the primordial power of Dinara, its color, and its secrecy. The term Dinara actually means three geographic terms: the Dinarides, Dinara Mountain, and Dinara as the highest mountaintop of Croatia. The Dinarides is a mountain chain which stretches along the entire Adriatic...

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Knin fortress

Kings home One of the largest and oldest European fortresses, the ancient Knin fortress has been capturing the hearts of visitors quickly and easily with its mysterious beauty and enthralling them with its untold stories. A walk along the Fortress is not an ordinary one. It is a walk through time accompanied by the old...

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Museums

Historical heritage The center of museum events in the city is the Knin Museum on the Fortress, with the permanent exhibition of ethnographic artifacts, as well as the exhibition of archeological and partly cultural-historical and geological-paleontological artifacts. The geological and paleontological collection is represented by geological samples and fossils found in the surroundings of Knin...

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Sacral heritage

Sacral heritage In the year 2015, Knin got a new, magnificent church. As a link to history, the present and the future, the new church in Knin carries the title of Our Lady of the Great Croatian Baptismal Testament after the ancient portrait called Our Lady of the Great Testament, which is the oldest known...

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Krčić and Krka Rivers

Magnificent Krcic river It rises at the foot of the highest mountain top in Croatia, and then, after 10.5 km of the flow, it flows into a source of the River Krka. This is a unique case in the world. This waterfall belongs to those miracles of nature that people are always admiring and searching...

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Surrounding

Surrounding Cultural-historical and natural enchantments may also be found in the area surrounding Knin. One of the most significant archaeological sites in Croatia is certainly Biskupija near Knin, which was called the Five Churches in Kosovo long time ago. This was confirmed by the findings of the early Croatian churches on the sites of Crkvina...