The British Croatian Society in London held an exhibition earlier this month titled “Photographing Croatia” at the Croatian Embassy in London. The Society’s member Gordana Johnson says the aim of the show was to present Croatia’s beauty to the British public through a wide range of perspectives, offered by both amateur and professional photographers from all over the world.
The thrill of discovery in Konavle
A special project in Konavle, south of Dubrovnik, has been created by a local mother-of-three with the aim of serving the unique requirements of autistic and special-needs children. Sveta Ana Adrenaline Park, owned and operated by Helena Šlahter, is an oasis of dynamic activities designed to deveolp the motor and sensory receptors of such children. Although the park is open to everybody, autistic and special-needs children enjoy the activites and access to the park’s specialists free-of-charge.
Christmas treats from Korčula
Cukarini, and the similar but richer klašuni, are traditional holiday cookies made on the island of Korčula. The recipe for making them is simple, although the key to what makes them so popular with both island residents and tourists and other visitors are two key ingredients – one of which is rather unusual and sometimes hard to find.
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