Aquatika

Have you ever been to a freshwater aquarium? Have you ever seen a catfish sleeping? Do you know what the life span of various fish is? Which one is the fastest, which one the slowest? Do the fish drink water? Do they make sounds? How do they swim, in a school or a...

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The Homeland War Museum

  The Homeland War Museum in Turanj is the most recent Karlovac museum.  This impressive glass construction guards and preserves the original structure of the so-called California building, as well as the arms collection, photographs and various items from the...

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The Dubovac Castle

We do not really know when we built the Dubovac Castle, we do not remember it all that well. Old records show there has always been a fort on top of the hill overlooking the Kupa river. Even before there were written records to speak of. We finished the construction...

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The Star

The Star (the star-shaped old town that used to be a fort) is a must-see part of Karlovac. And how do you get to see it? First, you'll see it on old maps, aerial photos, graphic representations and in tourist brochures. You'll try to reach this unknown six-pointed...

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The Foginovo beach

  Karlovac, the town on four rivers, boasts the first registered river beach in Croatia. It is situated on the Korana bank. The Foginovo beach, as the historic heritage of the citizens, has been engraved in the town's very fabric, and its future matrix, just like...

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The Four Rivers

Karlovac is situated on the banks of four rivers. It is only logical, then, that it is also a town of many bridges. Further analysis brings us to the conclusion that it is a town of boats. Also of fog, angling, fish, frogs and an odd mosquito. Everything in this town...

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The Grain Boat

  Historically, Karlovac was a boating town, and even to this day, the houses along the Kupa have paths leading to the very bank, the wooden boats are a common sight, while rowing is a popular sport even among children. Boat building used to be a common trade,...

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Karlovac Parks

From the ancient times of the  Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the philosophy of landscaping symbols tends towards attaining the spiritual peace of a divine garden. The Latin word parricus (from which the English word park originated) denotes an enclosure or a 'defended...

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The Town Museum

The latest international studies show that regular museum-goers, enjoying the arts and new insights, get even more from those experiences – they're happier and less lonely than others, less prone to depression and anxiety. Museums are, therefore, important for your...

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