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Three hundred multi layer solar panels shaped as a circle with 22 meter diameter changing colors and shapes randomly. This uber cool array of brightly colored lights is supposed to simulate communication with nature, presentation of all Solar System planets and their orbits.
Speaking of old structures, this church is surely one of them. Dating from 9th century, this Byzantine style church is a perfect spot for the lovers of good, old architecture. The interior is really simple and includes two complete Roman columns, which are recycled from the Roman forum.
Center of the public life in Zadar, usually used as a meeting point for every generation. It is a great place with many cafes’s, where you can relax and enjoy. On the northern side of this Square you can see the City Guard (large central clock tower) built from 1562 by Michele Sanmicheli.
The Wide Street, or Kalelarga is the most famous street in Zadar. It is really old, maybe older than the city itself, and it spread from People’s Square to the Forum. On this street you can enjoy in the many cafes, do some shopping, buy souvenirs and visit the local tourist agencies.
Since 1874, this promenade is a wonderful place to walk and enjoy the parks and palm trees. It has a beautiful view of the islands of Ugljan and Pašman and the Zadar channel. Also, Zadar is the only city where are allowed to swim in the center, on the promenade, so prepare your bikini and enjoy the perfect summer in Zadar.
Established in 1999, Northern Velebit is the youngest of eight national parks in Croatia. This part of the Velebit Mountain is a true patchwork of the most diverse habitats that are home to countless plant, fungus and animal species – a wealth that is yet to be explored in its entirety.