Reygoch – the most loved giant

Reygoch – the extremely strong and friendly giant Just as Regoč (Reygoch) is the my favourite giant amongst the famous giants, so is Legen Grad (the chilly Frosten City) where the writer Ivana Brlić Mažuranić situated the giant Reygoch in […]

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Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić – Tales of Long Ago

How did Ivana’s Tales of Long Ago come to be? Sparks from the hearth of an old Slavic home Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić was born in Ogulin on 18th April 1874. She died in Zagreb on 21st September 1938. Much has been […]

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Plitvice Lakes – freshness after the rain

Plitvice Lakes – freshness after the rain Early morning tours of Plitvice Lakes National Park are good for several reasons: – there are no crowds. You can walk leisurely and freely, enjoy the sights without the worry that you bother […]

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Plitvice Lakes – the flowers, people and springtime

Plitvice Lakes – the flowers, people and springtime In the most visited national park of Croatia, Plitvice Lakes, a real transformation has taken place over the last few weeks. From the snow, cold and winter mood, in just a few […]

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What is storytelling?

What is storytelling? Also known as oral narration, storytelling is considered a form of folklore. Long ago, stories were told to adults, however over time storytelling, for instance, fairy tales, has become reserved solely for children, yet nowadays we are […]

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A day full of Wonder, the zoo and Tesla

A one-day trip to Zagreb for the seventh graders from Ogulin’s First Elementary School As an escort for their one-day trip I had the opportunity to hang out with the pupils, their classmates Maja Puškarić, Nikolina Magličić and Ivana Božićević, […]

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Down the Green Road on two wheels

Down the Green Road on two wheels Bikers and bloggers from Italy – Nadia Giammarco and Amedeo, on their beloved two-wheeled steeds, enjoyed the trip from Plitvice Lakes to Ogulin in one day. The whole day began with a tour […]

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