Krka National Park to Celebrate 34th Birthday with Free Entry

Daniela Rogulj

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For Krka National Park’s 34th birthday, visitors will receive free entrance on Saturday and Sunday, January 26th and 27th – and on Thursday, January 24th, a concert will be held with the Four Tenors and Šibenik sopranists Nera Gojanović and Tea Slavica, accompanied by pianist Gordana Pavić, at the Croatian National Theater in Šibenik. 

Krka is one of the youngest national parks in Croatia, which gained its status in 1985 to protect the exceptional natural values and rich cultural and historical heritage intertwined in the rugged karst, reports Š on January 17, 2019.

“For this celebration, we invite members of the Friends of Krka Club to join us at the concert featuring the Four Tenors and Šibenik’s sopranos Nera Gojanović and Tea Slavica, accompanied by pianist Gordana Pavić, which will be held on Thursday, January 24th at 20:00 at the Croatian National Theater in Šibenik. The 200 valid club members will be the first to receive concert tickets, which can be picked up at the administrative building of Krka National Park in Šibenik with a personal ID card or the Friend’s Club card from January 16th until the end of inventory, on weekdays from 7 am to 3 pm,” reported NP Krka

Additionally, on Saturday, January 26th and Sunday, January 27th, visitors will have free entry to the Krka National Park. Those interested can join the Forca 08 association from Šibenik on a long walk along the right bank of the Krka river from the Skradin bridge to Skradinski buk, which is ideal for those who do not want to rush, and who want to experience nature with every step. Departure is at 11 am on Sunday at the Skradin Bridge reception.”

Just a few days before, on January 22, Ante Jurica’s book ‘Ravni kotari and Bukovica: Settlements, Sacral Buildings, Fortifications and Archaeological Finds: A Cultural History View’, will be presented, accompanied by the songs of Klapa Skradinke.

“With 34 years, Krka National Park is in the best years to know what it wants and in what direction it will go, full of strength and productivity, and still young and full of energy. In the last thirty or so years, Krka National Park has defined and strengthened its principles, which are based on the protection of nature, sustainable development and education. It is important for us to preserve this natural harmony for future generations and to develop according to the demands of modern times and the needs of this venerable river,” concluded NP Krka.

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