Croatian folk culture at the crossroads of worlds and eras

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Gallery Klovićevi dvori , Zagreb
Folklore -- Croatia -- Exhibitions., Decoration and ornament, Rustic -- Coatia -- Exhibitions., Decoration and ornament -- Coatia -- Exhibitions., Material culture -- Croatia -- Exhibitions., Croatia -- Social life and customs -- Exhibit

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Statement[catalog editors, Zorica Vitez, Aleksandra Muraj ; English translation, Nina H. Antoljak ... et al.].
GenreExhibitions.
ContributionsVitez, Zorica., Muraj, Aleksandra., Budapesti Történeti Múzeum.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGR254 .C76 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination577 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3637645M
ISBN 109536776138
LC Control Number2002441777
OCLC/WorldCa47871854

Get this from a library. Croatian folk culture at the crossroads of worlds and eras. [Zorica Vitez; Aleksandra Muraj; Budapesti Történeti Múzeum.;] -- About the exhibition / Zorica Vitez -- The Croats and their folk culture / Vitomir Belaj -- Hearth and home / Aleksandra Muraj -- Soft furnishings in the rural house / Nerina Eckhel -- Wooden items.

Croatian Folk Culture, At the Crossroads of the World and Eras, eds. Zorica Vitez, Aleksandra Muraj, Gallery Klovićevi dvori, Zagrebstr. By Tea Škokić Publisher: Institute of Ethonology and Folklore ResearchAuthor: Tea Škokić.

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There isno doubt that in Croatian folk arts many traces are left by the culturalheritage. So, for example, influences of antiquity Byzantine and West-European (particularly baroque) art are well discernible. But these assimilatedinfluences of cultural art can in no way be taken as standards for determing the inner qualities of folk arts.

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The streets are dotted with over 2, buildings from the concessionary era, many of which.The collection also includes her recordings of the "Festival narodnih igara i pesama" -- "Festival of folk songs and dances" held in Opatija, Septemberwhich featured songs and dances of Serbia (including sword dances of Albanians living in Serbia), Bosnia and Hercegovina, Montenegro and Slovenia, Macedonia, and Croatia.Learn Croatian.

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