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Dalmatian hedonist Andro Tomic puts on Vela Gospa show on Hvar
Jelsa - Andro Tomic, arguably Croatia's most charismatic winemaker, serves up a holiday treat for Vela Gospa on the island of Hvar.
Hydroplanes for Hajduk: Flying sponsor for Croatia's oldest club
Split - A much-needed cash injection for Croatia's oldest football club is announced as Europe's first scheduled modern hydroplane service prepares to take to the skies.
Europe's first scheduled seaplanes launch in 2 weeks in Croatia
Jelsa - After a 13-year battle with bureaucracy, Europe's first scheduled modern hydroplane service is set to start in Croatia next month.
Hydroplanes in Croatia imminent: Interview with ECA CEO
Hvar - After 13 years of paperwork, a true revolution in Croatian tourism is imminent. Digital Journal meets European Coastal Airlines boss Klaus Dieter Martin.
Jelsa for Slavonia: Bonkulovic, a local gastro fair on Hvar
Jelsa - As victims of the devastating Balkan floods try to rebuild their lives, small fund-raising events continue all over Croatia.
Za Krizen 2014: Ante Gotovina joins Jelsa procession on Hvar
Jelsa - Hvar's historic UNESCO Easter Procession takes place, with General Ante Gotovina joining the pilgrims on a chilly night in Dalmatia.
UNESCO 'Za Krizen': Interview with Jelsa Cross bearer in Croatia
Jelsa - A unique, UNESCO-protected religious procession on the island of Hvar takes place tomorrow night, as it has done for more than 500 years. Digital Journal meets one of the former Cross bearers.
Boston University in Jelsa planning for future of Hvar, Croatia
Jelsa - The tourist season may be over but there is plenty of interest in the island of Hvar this winter — both internationally and academically.
Work starts on Jelsa's 17-point plan on Hvar, Croatia
Jelsa - With the tourist season over on Hvar, an ambitious 17-point plan from the Mayor of Jelsa begins a programme of regeneration.
Culture in Croatia: Hvar winery becomes Renaissance theatre
Jelsa - Life on Dalmatian islands can be quiet in winter, but there is a vibrant cultural scene in some rather unexpected places.
500 years of tradition in Croatia: 'Za Krizem' underway on Hvar
Jelsa - One of the world's most interesting Catholic traditions is underway in Croatia, as the Easter Processions in six towns and villages on Hvar begin a long night.
Easter in Croatia: 'Za Krizem' exhibition opens in Jelsa on Hvar
Jelsa - Preparations for the UNESCO-protection Easter Procession in Jelsa are underway, with the opening of a photo exhibition in the town's museum.
Croatia Elections 2011: Brisk Voting on the Island of Hvar
Following a campaign marred by corruption scandals and in the midst of a deep recession, Croatians go to the polls to choose the government to take them into Europe.
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Showcasing Hvar's wine quality: Marija Buncuga from PZ Svirce, whose Ivan Dolac Barrique won organic gold in Germany
The chanting throughout the night has been well rehearsed
Steps constructed for the arrival of Emperor Franz Josef I in 1875 will have to be moved as the Jelsa waterfront is expanded.
The procession continues in the early morning Good Friday sunshine
Jelsa in winter: the Tomic winery added some Renaissance culture to its January activities.
At 94 years, the grandfather of Jelsa cross bearer Luka Belic did an admirable job in completing the procession. A moment's pause before the final stretch
Andro Tomic interviewed in Jelsa by HRT
Faith and devotion
The procession includes visits and prayer in the churches of all six locations
To carry the cross is a great honour
The final steps
The 500 year-old Za Krizem religious Easter procession in Jelsa is underway
Final measurements were taken for the seaport construction, which is due to open in May.
Phase 2 on the Jelsa-Sucuraj road is about to begin
The Masked Ball in Jelsa
Karnevalski Odbor Jelsa
Mojito owner Dino Pavicic (right) and Digital Journal putting the Hvar cocktail to the test.
Vedran Rafael Janic
Prayer and reflection play an important part in the procession
General Gotovina relaxed on Jelsa's main square in Jelsa with a coffee with friends at Cafe Toni after the procession
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