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Zrinka
Zrinka
August 15, 2019
Marjan Forest Park covers the westernmost tip of Split Peninsula. It is a green oasis, which has been cherished by the citizens of Split for generations and is considered the ‘lungs of the city.’ It covers a vast area, the size of New York’s Central Park and offers a myriad of activities and sites…
Vlasta
Vlasta
August 23, 2018
Lovely place to escape the crowds for a couple of hours and breathe in the pine while watching the sun go down over Split. Beautiful hill and park just next to Split center/old town. Ideal to get some shade during the hot summer, run, hike and explore the various trails and the hermitages within the…
Roland
Roland
June 1, 2018
Marjan hill, ideal for cycling, running, fitness, or just walking in nature
Goran
Goran
May 5, 2018
For his work he received many awards. 1911. year received in Rome at the world art exhibition “First prize for sculpture”, 1953. year, he received the annual prize of the American Academy of art “Annual Award of Merit” in Canada, Windsor, Ontario, received the annual award of the monastery of the…
David
David
April 26, 2018
Hill that surpasses Split with it's highest peak Telegrin (178m). In 1964 it became a forest park, suitable for recreation and outdoor activities for all generations with many trim tracks and a stunning view of Split and nearby islands.

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