Region : Dalmatia
Dalmatia (talDalmazia, latDalmatia) is one of the oldest regional concepts in CroatiaIt was first mentioned in Icentury as a name for the area between the Krka and Cetina which continued to Delmata Illyrian tribe, or as a synonym for Illyria, as the wider area postojbine various Illyrian tribe called the RomansAlthough the spatial extent of Dalmatia significantly changed in the past, this concept held since ancient times to todayThe modern term refers to the Dalmatia region of the island of Pag and River Canyon in the north to Konavle, and Cape Ostro in the southSo set aside a whole is identical to the concept of the South Croatian coast, which corresponds to a functional gathering space around the center of Split makroregionalnog three regional centers: Zadar, Sibenik and DubrovnikSouth Dalmatia and Croatian seaside oval's coastal belt, about 400 km long and up to 70 km wide in the central partThe spacious north-western part is bordered by the mountain series of Velebit, Dinara and Kamešnica, while the natural boundary to the southeast and is less pronounced in the immediate hinterland hinterlandExtends over an area of about 11 960 km2, or about 21% of Croatian, and there is 2001there were about 855 000 inhabitants, or 20% of Croatian populationThe average population density is lower than the average for Croatia - 71.5 st/ km2 (Croatia: 78 st/ km2)
Location : Primosten
At the end of Primosten known very early traces of Illyrian, Greek and Croatian populationIn the Middle Ages, iein the tenth century, this is a region known as Coast (Parathelesije), and in recent times, until the end of 19stmentioned as BosiljineBosiljina came from two regions: the end of Rogoznica and PrimostenPrimosten geographical location and natural characteristics of its coastal belt carry significant valueLarge and small bays Raduča, in particular bays Primosten (port) are noted for their extraordinary natural shelter
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