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Zadar - A Popular Tourist Place Among Europeans And International Tourists Visiting Croatia

Visit Zadar in Croatia: A Popular Tourist Place Among Europeans And International Tourists Visiting Croatia (2021)

Zadar is a coastal city located middle of the west coast of Croatia about 285 km from Zagreb as well as 290 km from Korcula and 390 km from Pula. Presently, 75,000 inhabitants live in Zadar town.

The city of Zadar occupies 25 Km2 (9.7 sq mi) of area. The Zadar city was built 3000 years ago. Zader is a popular tourist place in Croatia among Europeans and other international tourists. Visitors come to Zader to see the palaces, ruins, and Roman churches. Visitors like to spend a few hours at Roman Forum, the circular St. Donat’s Church, 12th century St. Anastasia Cathedral, the Archaeological Museum, and the University of Zadar. Zadar - A Popular Tourist Place Among Europeans And International Tourists Visiting Croatia

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The most visited place around the city of Zader is the Sea Organ square and the Sun Salutation. The sea Organ Square is known worldwide for an astonishing sound created by sea waves. The sea wave pushes the air through the 35 underground pipes that are open to the sea bank. Visitors can sit on steps that surround the other open end of pipes and listen to uniform and rhythmic musical sound.

Tourists spend one or two days at the Zader. Most tourists like to spend some time at the beach under the sun to get suntanned and also enjoy water sports. Sun salutation uses the heat energy created by the sun and creates a colorful show at the night.