Throughout the centuries Zadar was the capital city of the Dalmatian region. It is a town filled with 3000-year-old history and it is filled with cultural, archeological and monumental treasures of antic, medieval and renaissance ages. Aside from historical monuments in Zadar you can find some modern architectural achievements. The Sea Organ is the first organ in the world that makes sound by the movement of the sea. Tubes of different lengths, diameters and at different angles set in the stairs, play seven chords of five tones. Alfred Hitchcock declared Zadar sunset as “the most beautiful one in the world.” This region has a 1300 kilometers long coastline decorated with around 300 islands and small islands. Even five of Croatia’s national parks are nearby; Paklenica, Kornati, Plitvice Lakes, Krka and North Velebit. One of the town’s symbols is Barkajoli, rowers that connect one side of the coast to the other, rowing in their small boats. This tradition dates back all to 14th century. There are many things to find in Zadar. It is not without reason that it is called one of Croatia’s coastal jewels.

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