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Novi Vinodolski

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Novi Vinodolski is a town on the Adriatic in Croatia, located south of Crikvenica, Selce and Bribir and north of Senj.
In the central part of Northern Hrvatsko Primorje, at Vinodol Riviera, from the ancient fortress Frankopan called Novigrad, tourist city of Novi Vinodolski settled in and spread out by the sea coast. Novi Vinodolski, historically established as a political and cultural center of Vinodol Principality ("Vinodol" - "Vallis vinea-ria" and Vinodol Statute 1288).
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B: Old Town

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C: Muroskva Cove

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E: Selce-Crikvenica

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F: Selce, Croatia

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G: Cro-apartments Crikvenica

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H: Crikvenica

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I: Sv. Marak - place on island of Krk

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J: Silo

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