Shortly after removing the festive decorations from the city centre, their replacement comes in the form of carnival strips and flags that announce that fifth season which is unique to Rijeka – the Rijeka Carnival.
We spoke with Doris, Katarina, Marinella and Tihana, members of the PaRiter organisation, and we learnt about what they do, and how they see the European Capital of Culture and their place in it.
120 years of the Governor’s Palace is a common denominator for a series of documentaries with stories from the Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral.
The Polish and the Spanish cities will mark the 31st year of one of the most popular EU projects.
The Centre for Industrial Heritage was formed in 2013 as a constitutional unit of the University of Rijeka, with two basic objectives: valorising and appropriately presenting cultural heritage in an interactive and multimedia-based way.
It was seventy years ago today that the National Theatre in Rijeka was declared, encompassing Croatian and Italian Drama, Opera and Ballet.
On 22 December 2015, a report on the activities executed and planned as part of the preparations for the City of Rijeka’s candidacy for European Capital of Culture was presented to the City Council.