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  Dalmatia - LoveToKnow 1911
Dalmatia is bounded, on the landward side, by Croatia and Bosnia, in the N. and N.E.; and by Herzegovina and Montenegro, in the S.E. and S. Its area amounts to 49 2 3 sq.
Dalmatia possesses a magnificent anchorage in the Bocche di Cattaro, and there are numerous lesser havens, at Sebenico, Trail, Zara and elsewhere along the coast and among the islands.
Rivalry of Venice and Hungary in Dalmatia, 1 102-1420.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Dalmatia   (4968 words)

  
 Dalmatia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dalmatia (Croatian: Dalmacija Serbian: Далмација) is a region on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in modern Croatia, spreading between the island of Rab in the northwest and the Gulf of Kotor (Boka Kotorska) in the southeast.
In 1922, the Dalmatia region was divided into two provinces, the District of the City of Split (Splitska oblast), with capital in Split, and the District of the City of Dubrovnik (Dubrovačka oblast), with capital in Dubrovnik.
Dalmatia was divided between three federal republics of Yugoslavia - almost all of the territory went to Croatia, leaving the Gulf of Kotor to Montenegro and a small strip of coast at Neum to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dalmatia   (1660 words)

  
 History of Dalmatia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dalmatia's first Croatian Duke, Trpimir, founder of the House of Trpimir and the Duchy of Croats, greatly expanded the new Duchy to include territories all the way to the river of Drina, thereby including entire Bosnia in his wars against the Bulgar Khans and their Serbian subjects.
Dalmatia was the largest Europe's concentration of Roman Catholic Christian Bishops, Priesthood, Churches, Monasteries and religious institutions.
Dalmatia experienced a period of intense economic and cultural growth in the 18th century, given how trade routes with the hinterland were reestablished in peace.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/History_of_Dalmatia   (5507 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Dalmatia
The ecclesiastical province of Dalmatia was erected by Leo XII in 1828, by the Bull "Locum beati Petri", when the two Archbishoprics of Spljet and Dubrovnik were suppressed, and Zadar was made the see of the archbishop.
The Roman rule in Dalmatia ended with the entry of Christianity and the invasion of the northern nations.
Pope Leo VI decreed by his Bull that the primate of Dalmatia and Croatia should be the Archbishop of Spljet.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04606b.htm   (2106 words)

  
 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Dalmatia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
DALMATIA [Dalmatia], Croatian Dalmacija, historic region of Croatia, extending along the Adriatic Sea, approximately from Rijeka (Fiume) to the Gulf of Kotor.
The Treaty of Campo Formio (1797) gave Venetian Dalmatia to Austria, and the Treaty of Pressburg (1805) gave it to France.
Many of the port cities in SE Dalmatia were heavily shelled as the Serbs, backed by Yugoslavian federal forces, unsuccessfully attempted to detach that region from Croatia.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/D/Dalmatia.asp   (675 words)

  
 DALMATIA
The territory of Dalmatia stretches southward from the Velika Paklenica Canyon, at the south end of Velebit.
Today, Dalmatia consists of four counties (12,000 square km.) and has a population of about one million.The northern part is flatland, followed by the hills of Ravni kotari.
The name Dalmatia was first mentioned in the first century BC, probably as the Roman interpretation of the name of the Illyrian tribe in the region, the Delmati.
www.nekretnine.org /business/croatian_adriatic4.htm   (1691 words)

  
 WHKMLA : History of Dalmatia, 614-802
The Roman province of Dalmatia used to extend from the Adriatic Sea to the Drava and Danube Rivers.
In 614 the invaders targeted the towns of coastal Dalmatia, most notably Salona, with such a ferocity that the coastal population evacuated most of the mainland towns (except Zara) and moved to safety to the offshore islands.
Dalmatia owed her continued existence to her own resilience; Byzantium, during the crucial years of 614-615, was incapable of sending support.
www.zum.de /whkmla/region/balkans/dalmatia614802.html   (386 words)

  
 Croatia - Dalmatia Dubrovnik
This region does not have a natural backdrop like the rest of Dalmatia; rather, its backdrop is the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina which also has access to the sea by way of the town of Neum on their 9km long coastline.
Southern Dalmatia includes the area south of the Neretva River, the Peljesac peninsula and Dubrovnik which borders with Montenegro in the inlet of Boka Kotorska.
The main tourist destinations of Southern Dalmatia are Dubrovnik, Cavtat, Klek, and the Peljesac peninsula.
tel.hr /Destinations/Region/Dalmatia_Dubrovnik   (553 words)

  
 Vodice - Perfect place for vacation in Dalmatia > home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Dalmatia has, for a long time, been famous in the tourism world for its clean sea, abundance of sun, numerous islands and islets, natural beauty, and particularly for its cultural monumental heritage and the cultural events (Passion heritage, games of knighthood, folk songs, folklore, and festivals).
The depth of the sea on the outer side of the Dalmatian islands is up to 200 meters and the greatest depth of 1400 meters was recorded in the southern basin.
The largest rivers in Dalmatia are the Neretva, Cetina, Krka, and Zrmanja.
www.vodice.org   (541 words)

  
 Middle Dalmatia
Because of its central position on the eastern coast of the Adriatic sea, the district of Split and Dalmatia has always had an extraordinary cultural and historical role.
Trogir with its condensed contours, situated on a small island seems to be a castle on the water with the prisms of its towers and crystals of its bell - towers.
Split, which has developed out of the Diocletian's palace is the most imaginative town of Dalmatia, with complicated spatial relationships, medieval houses and churches built on the ruins of imperial chambers.
www.st.carnet.hr /dalmacija   (545 words)

  
 Dalmatia by Find Croatia
Dalmatia is Croatian region located on the very south of Croatia.
By boat: One can reach Dalmatia directly by ferries from Italy - from Ancona, Bari and Pescara, as well as by Jadrolinija ferries which are sailing along Dalmatian Coast from North Adriatic's city Rijeka.
Fish and Fish Specialities of Dalmatia: Dalmatia with its large islands of Brač;, Hvar and Mljet and hundreds of smaller islands is a unique area for variety of fishes, fishing and maritime culinary culture.
www.find-croatia.com /dalmatia   (486 words)

  
 Dalmatia Dalmatia Croatia Perfect destination for your vacation
It is situated on the sunny coast of the Middle Adriatic, the area of bright sea....
Special for its oldest fishing fleet in middle Dalmatia, and special for its clean sea (according to official records, the sea in Tribunj is most probably cleanest on the Adriatic)....
Pirovac is situated in the deep bay of Pirovac.
www.dalmatina.info   (244 words)

  
 Dalmatia
Dalmatia extends from Zadar in the north to the southern border, so if your are traveling from anywhere in the north to Dubrovnik, as we did in June, 2003, you will travel through Dalmatia.
The scenery is varied, from the high barren Dinaric Alps in the east to the coast and islands in the west.
In southern Dalmatia, there are several large populated islands such as Hvar and Korčula.
www.norseaodyssey.com /Our_Travels/Europe/Croatia/Dalmatia/dalmatia.htm   (1041 words)

  
 Dalmatia Pirates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
South of Istria, along the Dalmatia coast, Slavic invaders from the upper Balkans had seized control of the area where the Narenta [Neretva] River enters the Adriatic, as well as the islands such as Lesina, Curzola and Lagosta that lay in the river's delta and protected its mouth.
Sometimes the Slavs were joined by marauding vessels from former Roman cities of the upper Dalmatia coast, such as Zara and Spalato; at other times the Slavs preyed on those other Dalmatians as well.
From the time of his election as Doge in 991, Doge Pietro II Orseolo wove a net of diplomacy through the Northern Adriatic and upper coast of Dalmatia as a foundation for the total extinction of the Dalmatian pirates and Venice's first major territorial expansion.
www.boglewood.com /timeline/pirates.html   (268 words)

  
 Real Estate Dalmatia-DALMATIAN DREAM-Real Estate Dalmatia
If you're looking for property or Real Estate Dalmatia(nekretnine) in Dalmatia,Croatia (Hrvatska), you have come to the right place.Based in Split,Dalmatia,Croatia Real Estate Dalmatia agency are open seven days a week to answer all your queries concerning your property purchase.
When you find your dream property,Real Estate Dalmatia Croatia agency will guide you through the buying process.our agents will find you a lawyer to check title deeds, checking the propertys planning permission status, in fact, answering any queries you may have, so that your purchase is as worry free as possible.
Most agents dont do all this, but Real Estate Dalmatia Croatia,agents include it in our standard agents fee.In whole Adriatic sea/Croatia/ Dalmatia,coast,we can offer to You many hotels and lands in Croatia.
www.dalmatiandream.com   (169 words)

  
 Split and Dalmatia County tourist board > Home page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
It is believed that this city was already established by the 4th century before Christ and that it was under strong influence of the Greek c...
The Dalmatian dog received his name from Dalmatia and the Illyrian tribe Dalmata.
During their stay in Central Dalmatia county, tourists have a right to health care in the Public Health Centeres (Dom zdravlja), out-patient clinics...
www.dalmatia.hr   (176 words)

  
 Info Adriatic | Croatia > Adriatic > Dalmatia > Sibenik-Knin County
If you click on the dot, and if you still don't know where to go on holiday, you will get to know 30 destinations that have kept their tradition, cultural and architectural as well as catering and tourist one.
On the other hand, those to whom Croatia is already familiar, especially Dalmatia and Sibenik-Knin County, have a chance to revise or find out something new about the rich past of this region.
Because, we do not describe the destinations only as "oasis of peace and beauty" but we also present them in somehow broader context, thanks to their history and people that live in them.
www.infoadriatic.com   (774 words)

  
 Croatia Holidays - Hotels & Apartments Croatia Holidays - Hotels Apartments Croatia - Istria Dalmatia Kvarner Islands - ...
To help you make the right choice in deciding what places you would be most interested in for your summer holidays, we will continue with our tour more southerly on the map of Croatia and our recommendations for your summer destination is Dalmatia.
Dalmatia offers you wide range of tourist accommodation, less or more specified tourist offer and will convince you that Croatia is the land of a thousand islands, nice people and wonderful nature.
Don't miss the opportunity to experience the fabled Croatian hospitality and the pristine beauty of Dalmatia's coast and islands.
www.adriahome.com   (1563 words)

  
 dalmacija.net - Dalmatia ::: General Information / Culinary Art
In addition to this comes the tantalizing Dalmatian olive oil, grilling technique (gradelavanje), and the particular taste of the fish and delicacies of the sea.
This is what leaves every visitor to Dalmatia once they have tried if with unforgettable memories to take back home.
The secret recipes for winemaking are passed fown from generation to generation in middle Dalmatia, and are produced in the families´ wine cellars, as well as in those of private enterprises.
dalmacija.net /site/articles/articleshow.php?id=27   (1429 words)

  
 Visiting Dalmatia
In summer, Dalmatia is flooded with Italian tourists attracted by the marvellous Dalmatian cuisine.
The Jadrolinija coastal ferry links the major Dalmatian coastal ports with Rijeka and Jadrolinija local ferries connect the islands with the Dalmatian coast.
The Split and Dalmatia County Tourist Office (tel 021-490 032) is at Prilaz brace Kaliterna 10/I, Split.
www.croatiatraveller.com /Dalmatia.htm   (410 words)

  
 DALMATIA net - Croatia private accomodation portal (hotels, apartments, suites, camping & diving)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
DALMATIA net - Croatia private accomodation portal (hotels, apartments, suites, camping & diving)
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In summer time there is organized transport by small ships which sails from Split direct to Splitska.
www.dalmatianet.com   (230 words)

  
 Dalmatia .INFO - Croatia, Dalmatia travel and tourism hub ★   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Dalmatia.INFO is first and only (so far) Dalmatia travel and tourism hub type of website covering area from largest and popular cities like Dubrovnik, Makarska, Omiš, Split, Trogir, Zadar coastal area and Peljesac, Brac, Hvar, Vis, Murter, Kornatski islands area.
Content of this website is concentrated and organized in seveal chapters so here you can find holliday reviews, latest travel and tourism news focused on Dalmatia area, usefull articles and tips, events, general info about Croatia, message board, etc. (some sections are still under havy development so you don't see them).
Since site is in havy modifications we will try to add every few days as more content as we can partialy new and partialy from old website.
www.dalmatia.info   (176 words)

  
 Sucuraj homepage - island of Hvar, Croatia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Here you can get all the information about Sucuraj, a place on the east cape of the island of Hvar (central Dalmatia, Croatia).
Sucuraj is situated on the east cape of the island Hvar (Dalmatia, Croatia), 3NM far from the coast.
Sucuraj, island of Hvar - central Dalmatia - Croatia.
www.sucuraj.com   (265 words)

  
 Holidays in Dalmatia
We rent an independent house - not just an apartment - for your holidays in one of the most beautiful places you can imagine, in the isle of Korcula (Dalmatia, Croatia).
The house is 10 mt. from the seaside, in an inlet protected from wind and sea, in a quiet place 6 km.
If you want to know more, or want to see more pictures please write to gradina@fastwebnet.it
dalmatia.tripod.com   (547 words)

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