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Croatia Collection

Background imageCroatia Collection: Zadar, Croatia

Zadar, Croatia
Birds eye view of Zadar, Croatia

Background imageCroatia Collection: Nikola Tesla / Himmel Erde

Nikola Tesla / Himmel Erde
NIKOLA TESLA American electrician and inventor, born in Croatia of Serbian parents; seen here in his laboratory at Colorado Springs in 1899/1900

Background imageCroatia Collection: Dubrovnik. Map of the city before the earthquake of 1667

Dubrovnik. Map of the city before the earthquake of 1667. Croatia

Background imageCroatia Collection: General view of Labin, Croatia

General view of Labin, Croatia
General view of Labin, near the western coast of Istria, Croatia

Background imageCroatia Collection: Island of Vis - Croatia

Island of Vis - Croatia
Vis (Issa) - a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea

Background imageCroatia Collection: Croatia - Olib

Croatia - Olib
Olib (Ulbo) is an island in northern Dalmatia, Croatia

Background imageCroatia Collection: Croatia / Dubrovnik

Croatia / Dubrovnik
The beautiful historic city of Dubrovnik, on the Adriatic Sea coast, in the extreme south of Croatia. Date: 1975

Background imageCroatia Collection: Franz Joseph I of Austria (1830-1916) and Ferdinand I of Aus

Franz Joseph I of Austria (1830-1916) and Ferdinand I of Aus
Franz Joseph I of Austria (1830-1916). Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary and Ferdinand I of Austria (1861-1948). Emperor of Austria. Photograph, 1908. Colored

Background imageCroatia Collection: Gabriele d Annunzio in Fiume (now Rijeka, Croatia)

Gabriele d Annunzio in Fiume (now Rijeka, Croatia)
Gabriele d Annunzio (1863-1938) in Fiume (now Rijeka, Croatia), at the time of its occupation (under his leadership) by Italian nationalists

Background imageCroatia Collection: Man in traditional costume of Dubrovnik region of Croatia

Man in traditional costume of Dubrovnik region of Croatia
Man in the traditional costume of Dubrovnik region of Croatia. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageCroatia Collection: Knin, Croatia

Knin, Croatia, on the border with Serbia. Knin rose to prominence twice in history, as a one-time capital of both the Kingdom of Croatia and briefly of the unrecognized

Background imageCroatia Collection: Croatia - Pula - The Roman Amphitheatre. The Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre

Croatia - Pula - The Roman Amphitheatre. The Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers and with all three Roman architectural orders entirely preserved. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCroatia Collection: Skull of Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis)

Skull of Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis). Krapina. Croatia. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageCroatia Collection: Kamerlengo Castle / Fortress at Trogir, Croatia

Kamerlengo Castle / Fortress at Trogir, Croatia
View of Kamerlengo Castle/Fortress at Trogir, Croatia. Built by the Republic of Venice Date: circa 1907

Background imageCroatia Collection: CROATIA. Pula. Roman amphitheatre. Roman art

CROATIA. Pula. Roman amphitheatre. Roman art. Early Empire. Architecture

Background imageCroatia Collection: Dubrovnik (Ragusa) - Croatia - Outskirts

Dubrovnik (Ragusa) - Croatia - Outskirts
Dubrovnik (Ragusa) - Croatia - Outskrts

Background imageCroatia Collection: Sinj - Two men during the Sinjska alka

Sinj - Two men during the Sinjska alka
The anniversary of the last victory over the Ottoman army in 1715 is celebrated yearly in the beginning of August by Sinjska alka

Background imageCroatia Collection: The National Dance of Croatia

The National Dance of Croatia
The Kolo or Vrlika - the National Dance of Croatia, being performed by two peasants in full traditional costume. Date: 1938

Background imageCroatia Collection: Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 7

Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 7
The Stradun, Dubrovniks main street. Part of series for The Daily Telegraph showing the reconstruction of the town after the devastatiing Siege of dubrovnik Date: 1994

Background imageCroatia Collection: Croatia. Dubrovnik. Sponza Palace

Croatia. Dubrovnik. Sponza Palace. 16th century. Facade

Background imageCroatia Collection: Gruz Harbour, Croatia

Gruz Harbour, Croatia
Panoramic view of the Harbour at Gravosa (Gruz), Croatia

Background imageCroatia Collection: Equestrian Competition at Sinj, Croatia

Equestrian Competition at Sinj, Croatia
The anniversary of the last victory over the Ottoman army in 1715 is celebrated yearly in the beginning of August by Sinjska alka

Background imageCroatia Collection: Croatia Zadar

Croatia Zadar
The place of the Seigneurie

Background imageCroatia Collection: Dubrovnik, Croatia - Kraldjev Dvor

Dubrovnik, Croatia - Kraldjev Dvor
Knezev Dvor - A palace in the heart of the Dubrovnik Old City

Background imageCroatia Collection: Croatia - Obrovac

Croatia - Obrovac. The ruins of a fortified citadel sit on the hillside above the town

Background imageCroatia Collection: Croatia Split

Croatia Split
General view of the harbour

Background imageCroatia Collection: Market Day in Yugoslavia

Market Day in Yugoslavia
Market day in Split (now in Croatia) on the Dalmatian coast. Date: 1925

Background imageCroatia Collection: Aerial view of the border - Free State of Fiume and Susek

Aerial view of the border - Free State of Fiume and Susek
Aerial view of the border between the Free State of Fiume and the district of Susak, Rijeka, Croatia. The Free State of Fiume was an independent free state which existed between 1920 and 1924

Background imageCroatia Collection: Zagreb, Croatia - Ulica Ivana Tkalcica (Tkalciceva Street)

Zagreb, Croatia - Ulica Ivana Tkalcica (Tkalciceva Street) Date: circa 1900s

Background imageCroatia Collection: Dubrovnik, Croatia - The Main Entrance Gate

Dubrovnik, Croatia - The Main Entrance Gate
Dubrovnik, Croatia - The Old Walled Town - The Main Entrance Gate to the City. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageCroatia Collection: View toward the Old Walled Town, Dubrovnik, Croatia

View toward the Old Walled Town, Dubrovnik, Croatia
View toward the Old Walled Town, Dubrovnik (Ragusa), southern Dalmatia, Croatia on the Adriatic Sea coast. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageCroatia Collection: The Cascade of Velika Gubavica, Croatia

The Cascade of Velika Gubavica, Croatia Date: 1778

Background imageCroatia Collection: Diocletians Palace, now part of the old town of

Diocletians Palace, now part of the old town of Split, Croatia. Parte del Palazzo di Diocleziano. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Nasi from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes Ancient

Background imageCroatia Collection: Greek women dancing in Istanbul

Greek women dancing in Istanbul. Band of musicians with lute, violin, horn and drun. La romeca. Danse des femmes greques. Il ballo la Romeca

Background imageCroatia Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III

Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III, 1608-1657. Ferdinandus III Austriacus, King of Bohemia, King of Hungary, Archduke of Austria

Background imageCroatia Collection: Portrait of Roman Emperor Vitellius

Portrait of Roman Emperor Vitellius
Roman Emperor Vitellius, 15AD-69AD, Aulus Vitellius Germanicus Augustus. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy, Francois Salma, Utrecht, 1697

Background imageCroatia Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II

Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II, 1527-1576. Maximilianus II, Austriacus, King of Bohemia, King of Germany, King of Hungary and Croatia

Background imageCroatia Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I

Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I, 1503-1564. Ferdinandus Austriacus, King of Bohemia, Hungary, Croatia. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy

Background imageCroatia Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V

Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, 1500-1558. Carolus V Austriacus, King of Spain, Aragon, ruling prince of the Habsburg Netherlands

Background imageCroatia Collection: Church of St Mark in Zagreb, Croatia

Church of St Mark in Zagreb, Croatia
Church of St Mark in St Marks Square, Zagreb, Croatia. Date: circa 1930

Background imageCroatia Collection: View of the beach at Makarska, Croatia

View of the beach at Makarska, Croatia
View of the beach at Makarska, on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageCroatia Collection: Gabriele D Annunzio, Italian author, as President of Fiume

Gabriele D Annunzio, Italian author, as President of Fiume
Gabriele D Annunzio (1863-1938), Italian author and journalist, seen here in uniform in the city of Fiume, a seaport in the Free State of Fiume (now Rijeka, Croatia)

Background imageCroatia Collection: Soldier of D Annunzio, Fiume, Free State of Fiume

Soldier of D Annunzio, Fiume, Free State of Fiume
One of D Annunzios soldiers in the city of Fiume, a seaport in the Free State of Fiume (now Rijeka, Croatia). Gabriele D Annunzio took charge of the city in September 1919

Background imageCroatia Collection: Two little girls and posters, Fiume, Free State of Fiume

Two little girls and posters, Fiume, Free State of Fiume
Two little girls in a street in the city of Fiume, a seaport in the Free State of Fiume (now Rijeka, Croatia). The patriotic Italian posters on the wall behind them refer to Gabriele D Annunzio

Background imageCroatia Collection: Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla
NIKOLA TESLA American electrician and inventor, born in Croatia of Serbian parents; seen here lecturing to scientists in Paris Date: 1856 - 1943

Background imageCroatia Collection: Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 13

Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 13
An elderly woman flower seller sets up her stall in Dubrovnik market. Part of series for The Daily Telegraph showing the reconstruction of the town after the devastatiing Siege of Dubrovnik Date: 1994

Background imageCroatia Collection: Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 12

Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 12
An old lady looks anxiously out of her upstairs window. Part of series for The Daily Telegraph showing the reconstruction of the town after the devastatiing Siege of dubrovnik Date: 1994

Background imageCroatia Collection: Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 11

Reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia - 11
A cross to remember the dead of the Siege of Dubrovnik. It is made from the charred floorboards in an artists studio. Part of series for The Daily Telegraph showing the reconstruction of the town



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