Cherish the Guardians of Klis

Croatian soil has always been a place of historical conflicts. During centuries, a number of forts and castles were constructed...

Protector of Croatia: Klis is Still Impressive

High in the mountain ground of Klis and Mosor, an old Croatian fort tells the story of nation’s heroic warriors....

Reader’s Photo: Colors of Kamerlengo Fort

The City of Trogir was a very important site on Croatian coast in the Middle Ages, so a large fort...

Big Picture: The Chapel of Saints Philip and James

Ascending above Zagreb roofs, one can find the fort of Medvedgrad, constructed in 13th century. Rumors spread across the land...

Reader’s Photo: Captain’s Quarters of Zadar

Our reader and frequent media contributor Tihomir Grzincic has provided us with this original photo of Zadar scenery. The red-illuminated...

Big Picture: Grandiose Trosenj Fort

For centuries, Turkish Empire has been a threat to European continent. Their invasions never passed Croatian soil, however, making Balkan...

LC Interview: Csilla Barath Bastajic Talks Dubrovnik Shakespearian Nights

A fantastic theatrical delicacy is due in Dubrovnik this summer. The magnificent fort of Lovrijenac will become scenery to a...

Big Picture: Minceta Fort

One of Dubrovnik’s most prominent symbols, the fort Minceta was named after nobleman family which donated land for its construction....

Big Picture: Gundulic in Dubrovnik

Ivan Gundulic’s poem about freedom became quite well-known as the last verses of U2’s much loved song “Miss Sarajevo.” Today,...

Big Picture: Ston

Ston used to be an important defensive fort of the Ragusan Republic and saved Dubrovnik many times during its history. ...