This event has absolutely no echo in European history because it was one relatively small fortress which fell to Ottomans among so many others.
One mega BUT follows
Story of its siege and final fall into hands of the enemy hides most vivid example of the greatest possible heroism of the defenders absolutely rare in the history of warfare which amazed even the enemy.
Možda ja krivo razmišljam, ali svejedno sam razočaran pa da se pojadam...
Od kad sredismo svoju gajbu, a ima tome više od desetljeća, skoro svi aparati u kući su Electrolux... 1. Indukcijska ploča Zanussi (isto njihova), zamijenjena nakon 12 godina
novom Electrolux 2. Pećnica 3. Perilica suđa 4. Perilica rublja 5. Sušilia rublja 6. Grill plata 7. Mikrovalka 8. Kuhalo za vodu...
I u svakoj kategoriji top uređaj.
I uglavnom sam zadovoljan; uređaji svi traju.
I pazi sad...
Apr 13, 2021 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Ove polušanse moraju se počet i zabijati...
Apr 13, 2021 • 5 tweets • 7 min read
On April 13, 1221 pope Honorius III wrote to citizens of #Split inviting them to fight against pirates of #Omiš and that he sends them his legate Akoncius as suport in organisation of fight vs. pirates and heretics.
⬇️ #Omiš then was managad by count Malduk and bis brothers, members of noble family #Kačić, one of 12 legendary Croatian noble families.
Citizens of Omiš had centuries long tradition of piracy and in those times it was not only local problem.
Apr 12, 2021 • 6 tweets • 8 min read
On April 12, 1304 we have recorded presence of Mathew (emissary of Serbian king Stephen Uroš II Milutin) in #Dubrovnik passing by on a meeting with ban of #Croatia and #Bosnia and master of #Hum Paul I of family #Šubić for the interests of his realm ("na rabotu kraljevstva mi").
Earlier that same month king Milutin wrote to Dubrovnik asking them to prepare a vessel for his emissary and to transport him to the city of #Skradin, where the seat of ban Paul was.
The province of Dalmatia was large. It included the territories of modern states:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina (without Sava valley)
- Montenegro and
- (western) Serbia.
Well, how did we come from THAT Dalmatia to what we know today under the term Dalmatia? ⬇️
Dec 15, 2020 • 17 tweets • 7 min read
Dalmatia through history.
Part I: The Name
The name Dalmatia is today well known throughout the Globe. Average European knows for sure it is southern part of Croatia, a little less average don't know that „Croatian part“ but relate it as tourist brand and destination.⬇️
Throughout the globe the term Dalmatia is recognized by one sort of dogs, a Dalmatian, which originates from it.
Walt Disney made this enormous free advertisement so even an average American at least heard of it.⬇️
Dec 14, 2020 • 14 tweets • 6 min read
Dalmacija kroz povijest.
Dio I: Ime
Manje više svi znamo što predstavlja Dalmacija danas; to je najjužnija i najljepša regija Hrvatske, prebogata povijesnom i kulturnom baštinom.
Evo par zanimljivih informacija iz prošlosti koje vas možda zanimaju, a niste ih znali. ⬇️
Porijeklo imena Dalmacije.
Ime Dalmacija je rimsko i datira iz prvog stoljeća poslije Krista.
Međutim, korijen toga naziva još je stariji, ne znamo ni sami koliko datira u prošlost...