'Croatian heritage sites on the World Heritage List' in Lithuania

The authors of the exhibition were the main conservationist of the Ministry of Culture Miljenko Domijan and Bruno Diklić from the Administration for the Protection of Cultural Heritage.

The exhibition presents approximately fifty photo-murals with art works of renowned Croatian photographs included: D. Fabijanic, Z. Bacic, R. Kosinozic, D. Saric, A. Bionda, G. Niksic, M. Topic, V. Barac, B. Diklic, etc.

Photographs are showing the historical core of the cities of Dubrovnik and Split (Historical complex with the Palace of Diocletian); then Historic City of Trogir; Episcopal Complex of Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč; The Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik and National Park of Plitvice Lakes.

The exhibition will be opened by the Croatian ambassador in Sweden (covering also Lithuania) Mr. Svjetlan Berkovic and the National Library's director Mr. Vytautas Gudaitis.

The exhibition remains open until 25th September.

The Exhibition was shown for the first time in Paris on 6th October 2004 in the headquarters of UNESCO as announcement of 25th anniversary of the first Croatian heritage sites on the World Heritage List.

After then it has been visiting many countries and cities around the world.