Lacemaking in Croatia (Croatian: Čipkarstvo u Hrvatskoj) is a tradition dating back to the Renaissance when lacemaking began spreading throughout the Mediterranean and continental Europe. Throughout the years, Croatian lace has become notable for its unique patterns and designs. In 2009, UNESCO recognised lacemaking in Croatia as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Today in Croatia, there are several centres of lacemaking tradition, most notably the Adriatic islands of Pag and Hvar, the northern town of Lepoglava, and the Sveta Marija village in the Međimurje County.

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  • Lacemaking in Croatia (Croatian: Čipkarstvo u Hrvatskoj) is a tradition dating back to the Renaissance when lacemaking began spreading throughout the Mediterranean and continental Europe. Throughout the years, Croatian lace has become notable for its unique patterns and designs. In 2009, UNESCO recognised lacemaking in Croatia as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Today in Croatia, there are several centres of lacemaking tradition, most notably the Adriatic islands of Pag and Hvar, the northern town of Lepoglava, and the Sveta Marija village in the Međimurje County. (en)
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  • Lacemaking in Croatia (Croatian: Čipkarstvo u Hrvatskoj) is a tradition dating back to the Renaissance when lacemaking began spreading throughout the Mediterranean and continental Europe. Throughout the years, Croatian lace has become notable for its unique patterns and designs. In 2009, UNESCO recognised lacemaking in Croatia as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Today in Croatia, there are several centres of lacemaking tradition, most notably the Adriatic islands of Pag and Hvar, the northern town of Lepoglava, and the Sveta Marija village in the Međimurje County. (en)
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  • Lacemaking in Croatia (en)
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