Dating croatia russia
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Cultural ties between Russia and Croatia date back far in history.
Many famous Croats sought to develop strong relationship with Russia because "they saw in Imperial Russia a world power and brotherly Slavic nation from which they had hoped to gain help during the Croatian National Revival." Eugen Kvaternik traveled to Russia with a lot of hope that he will get help with the Croatian independence from the Austrian empire. He was acting "against Austria and in favor of Croatia and Russia".Croatia has an embassy in Moscow and an honorary consulate in Kaliningrad. Though geographically not very close, Croatia and Russia are both Slavic countries and thus share certain cultural and linguistic similarities.Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.Croatian Catholic missionary Juraj Križanić wanted Russia to reorganize into, in terms of enlightened absolutism, organized and powerful state which would become a counterbalance to Germany which was considered to be the main and most dangerous enemy of all Slavs.Croatian violinist Ivan Mane Jarnović has been the first violinist in the orchestra of the Russian Empress Catherine the Great for three years.Russian Emperor rewarded Trnina for her excellent performance with a large diamond brooch decorated with rubies which is today kept in the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb.
Empress gave Trnina bracelet made out of brilliants.
The richest and most important collection of Croatian Glagolitic documents and books outside of Croatia is located in Saint Petersburg.
It is a famous Berčićević collection which contains 5 Glagolitic codexes, 154 fragments (total of 386 saved pages) written between the 13th and 16th century, as well as 53 cursive Glagolitic text derived from the 15th-18th century.
These Russians stand out among them: mathematician Boris Apsen, In the post-IIWW SFR Yugoslavia during the 1960s and 1970s many economic ties were established with the Soviet Union which encouraged immigration of Russians to Croatia.
Representatives of the Croatian companies have been working in Russia for a long time and eventually returned to Croatia with Russian wives.
) refer to bilateral foreign relations between Croatia and Russia.