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Hundreds gathered to attend the opening of fashion designer Ottavio Missoniís new exhibition in Rijeka this week - and to get his autograph. The exhibition organised by his son Luka and running until October 20 at the Kortil Gallery spans the designerís entire career. Joining the designer were Italian consul in Rijeka, Renato Cianfarani and Rijeka mayor Vojko Obersnel. Missoni was born to an Italian father and Dalmatian mother in Dubrovnik and spent some of his childhood in Zadar.
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European Commission agrees to a plan of privatisation of 3. maj shipyard
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Oldest existing bottle of Croatian wine dates from 1888
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