Discover the best top things to do in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Croatia including Peek & Poke Computer Museum, Krk Island Maritime Heritage Interpretation Centre, Kuca Rabske Torte, Beli Visitor Centre, Kosljun - Monastery Museum, St. Vitus Cathedral, The Town Museum, Losinjski Muzej, Tower of Veli Losinj, Titanic-Carpathia Permanent Exhibition.
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Must see place for all tech enthusiasts! A real hidden little gem in Rijeka city centre, created with so much love and dedication, you can literally feel it while walking down the memory lane.
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Kuća Rabske torte is a museum of Rab cake. You can see alive how is made, learn about it, taste it, you can even go to a workshop and try to make it yourself. In the evening it becomes a relaxing oasis in the heart of town noice where you can eat local snacks and drink finest Croatian wine and bear
Great selection of traditional Rab Cake and Cookies in old city with great terrace and shadow in morning and afternoon. Recommended to visit.
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Only 750 meters from Punat lies the islet of Kosljun. It is known for the Franciscan monastery. The islet has a museum with an ethnographic collection. The monastery also owns a rich zoological collection of a large seashell and unique animal specimens, such as the one-eyed lamb. The monastery also has a rich library with around 30,000 titles. It includes the Ptolemy's atlas printed in Venice in 1511 (one of the three preserved copies). The monastery is a zero category monument.
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Rijeka’s St. Vitus Cathedral is the only Baroque rotunda of monumental dimensions built on Croatian land. The construction of this church began in 1638 based on the design of the Jesuit architect G. Brian. The eminent Venetian church, Santa Maria della Salute, served as s model. An elevated spot was chosen for the construction of St. Vitus church at the heart of the then medieval urban tissue. Initially there was a small church of the same name located on the same site, dedicated to the city’s patron saint. The Jesuit order, as creator of the project, immediately decided to use the cult of the wooden Magic crucifix from the original church, which popular legend says began to bleed when a certain Petar Lončarić, threw a stone on it in fear after losing at gambling.
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Titanic-Carpathia ... 100 years later – with this exhibition Rijeka Faculty of Maritime Studies marked the hundredth anniversary of the Titanic sinking, and soon after opening the exhibition received a permanent place in the hall on the first floor. Special emphasis is placed on the ship Carpathia, whose crew rescued survivors from the Titanic and its connection to Rijeka.Maritime Military Academy, 1866-1914 - an exhibition dedicated to the long and rich history of the faculty which raised some of the highest officers, as well as some of the well-known Admirals and naval commanders from several Central Europe countries. It is set on the first floor in front of the Dean's office.Giants of the Sea - Faculty is honored to have in its possession original copies of series of paintings by the famous painter from Rijeka Nevenko Zunic named Giants of the Sea.
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