Dalmatia


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a historical region of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea

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Dalmatia was a real eye-opener - in fact it knocks spots off everywhere else I've been.
8 PRIVATE ISLAND, DALMATIA A week from [euro]281pp (flights extra) Get back to nature on a car-free private island, a 10-minute water-taxi ride from Hvar.
Harrington's hopes Jessica Harrington is represented by dual hurdle winners Rock On The Moor, the highest-rated of the home contenders on official figures, and Keppols Queen, who landed a two-mile Grade 3 at Limerick last month when Lyrical Theatre and Dalmatia - who reoppose here - finished second and third.
Do the Split On the south Dalmatia coast, Split is Croatia's second biggest city, fringing the shores of the crystal-clear Adriatic.
Dubai investment firm Arqaam Capital are reportedly planning to build a luxury hotel on the historic island of Hvar in Dalmatia, Croatia.
Meanwhile a tongue-in-cheek article in The Independent suggested Labradors might enjoy visiting Labrador in Canada, ferrets the French resort of Cap Ferret, cats could feel at home in Siam (or Thailand, as we now know it), while there were 101 reasons for spotted dogs to love the Croatian region of Dalmatia.
The tondo icon is presumed to be that now in Skradin, Dalmatia, and its discovery was one of the more important links that convinced the editor that the writer of the 1436 will was the Angelos by whose hand so many icons had been written.
Farming villages sprouted swiftly in this coastal region, called Dalmatia, nearly 8,000 years ago, apparently with the arrival of Middle Easterners already adept at growing crops and herding animals, says archaeologist Andrew Moore of Rochester Institute of Technology in New York.
Mitchell J Schlesinger, the company vice president of sales and marketing, said 'Many experienced cruisers who have sailed the waters of the Mediterranean have only scratched the surface of this beautiful, historically-rich region with brief visits to Sicily, Dalmatia and Greece.
It was the perfect way to cool off at the end of a day that had seen us explore Croatia's second city of Split, with its well-preserved Greek and Roman ruins, before boarding the 120ft MV Emanuel for a two-hour voyage to the south Brac, the biggest island in central Dalmatia and third largest in the whole Adriatic.
In Croatian territory and the region surrounding it (then also in Dalmatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia) old laws were being applied that were influenced by French and Austrian legislation.
The Italians of Dalmatia From Italian Unification to World War I.
ECHOES FROM DALMATIA [paintings, photographs by artists from various countries] Until May 27
This incredible welcome is laid on for the first and last flights of the tourist season each year and I had just arrived on the inaugural flight from Edinburgh to Zadar, the ancient capital of Dalmatia in Croatia.