Zagreb | Giovanni Vale | 10 January 2023

For the Croatian government, 2022 was the year of the objectives achieved: entry into Schengen, the single currency, and the Peljesac bridge. But if the Croatian authorities celebrate the treble, the population looks with concern at the arrival of the single currency

Ghosts of Rijeka

The ghosts of two famous personalities of the Twentieth century haunt Rijeka: the Italian poet Gabriele D'Annunzio who occupied the city with his legionaries and the Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito. The video introduces the guided tour "Ghosts of Rijeka", available on the App Rijeka-Fiume in flux! 

People on the move

Rijeka tells an emblematic history of movement and migrations in border regions. The video introduces the guided tour "People on the move", available on the App Rijeka-Fiume in flux! 

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