Between the Adriatic and the Danube

Croatia's cultural diversity

Rental exhibition with 20 displays

Croatia – that is diversity in the smallest of spaces. 23 different nations live in an area slightly larger than Lower Saxony. The landscapes between the Adriatic and the Danube couldn’t be more different. The history of the country is as varied as nature. Croatia connects East and West, the Mediterranean with the Pannonian area. This bridge position is also reflected in the Roman, Ottoman, Habsburg and Yugoslav heritage. Germans and Austrians also shaped the country for more than two centuries – until the Second World War, flight, displacement and internment ended the peaceful coexistence of the peoples of Croatia.

Exhibition texts

In German, accompanying brochure in Croatian (25 pieces).

Exhibition technology

The exhibition consists of 20 display elements measuring 85 x 210 cm. Each element is packed in its own bag, the 20 bags are easy to transport. The individual display elements can be set up quickly and easily.

Loan Conditions

Associations and institutions can borrow the traveling exhibition free of charge. The exhibition can be transported with a normal car. A loan agreement is concluded for the loan.


Cultural advisor for Southeastern Europe and Danube Swabian Central Museum in cooperation with the German Cultural Forum for Eastern Europe, the Museum of Slavonia, the Vinkovci City Museum, the German Community - Landsmannschaft der Do-nauschwaben in Croatia - Essegg and Kroatien Kreativ 2013 (cultural program in Germany for EU accession Croatia).

Contact Person

Please inform yourself about the exhibition at (0731) 96 254-115.