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A city of southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. Established as a Roman colony after the first century bc, it was a regional capital of the Byzantine Empire, and it remains an important ecclesiastical center.


(ˈzɑ dɑr)

a seaport in W Croatia, on the Adriatic. 116,174.
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Head out from the beautiful and vibrant 3,000-year-old town of Zadar and you'll find a destination that has plenty to Cro about.
The Ministry proposes that these claims have been transferred to Zadar City to City with these funds entered the capital of the football club Zadar and then conducted further privatization," the minister explained.
In late January 1991 on Narodni trg in Zadar a pacifist meeting was held with the aim of supporting the defense of democracy and integrity of the Republic of Croatia (2) Since mid-1991 the people of Zadar went through war hardships.
Ryanair, an Ireland-based low cost airline, is set to open its newest base in Europe, and its first airbase in Croatia, at Zadar.
Their head coach Ante Cacic has taken his strongest possible squad to Portugal and the players should be in good spirits after Saturday's 5-0 victory at home to Zadar, which stretched their lead over Hajduk Split at the top of the Croatian standings to ten points.
Zadar also offers an enticing cultural cocktail and in the summer there are frequent live music offerings.
Highlights on the 500 pounds (807dollars) holiday include a visit to Rab, often described by travel agents as "the island of love", and a trip to Zadar - home to the famous Zadar Sea Organ.
Blast from the past Zadar means 'already existed' and the city dates back to 10th century BC.
VIENNA, Austria, June 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The international Garden Festival will take place for the fifth time this year in the Croatian town of Zadar and will offer electropop, lounge music and full-on techno sound in an unbeatable setting.
7m) order to carry out the second phase of a ferry terminal construction at the port of Zadar in Croatia.