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Stone beads of tears, stars and breath
A picturesque settlement made of stone
Ancient Hedonism
Natural and Cultural Heritage

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Exciting events

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29.09.2019.
Murter Lateen Sail Regatta
Murter

The Lateen Sail Regatta "Latinsko idro" was organised for the first time in 1998 as a part of the Feast of St. Michael, the patron saint of the Parish of Murter.

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05.03.2019.
Murter Days of Carnival
Murter

The carnival on the island of Murter, known as “Murterske bake” (literally translated as “Murter Grandmothers”), is a custom that dates back 130 years. The event starts on Shrove Tuesday throughout the island and gathers a large number of participants, so it has become a traditional event of fun, relaxation and reactions to social problems and life circumstances.

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25.04.2019. - 26.04.2019.
Sailing Against Drugs
Murter

Croatian Lions regatta is a humanitarian fund raising event that has been organized on Murter Island since 1998 with the goal to support drug abuse prevention and rehabilitation programmes in Lions District 126, Croatia.

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01.07.2019. - 31.08.2019.
Summer of music and culture
Murter

Murter’s summer of culture traditionally takes place from late June to late August. The entire town turns into a big performance stage and hosts numerous events. An extremely rich and diverse programme of performances taking place across many venues, each one offering a different music genre.

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01.08.2019.
Murter Wedding Feast
Murter

The traditional Murter Wedding Feast has been organised as a presentation of the forgotten wedding customs of Murter Island, a part of rich local cultural heritage.

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16.08.2019.
St. Rocco's Day
Murter

Although the Day of the Assumption of Mary is observed with the highest degree of piety and devotion, the observation of St. Rocco became a custom jointly celebrated by the entire town in the 19th century.

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