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Za·dar

?(z?′d?r)
A city of southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. Established as a Roman colony after the first century bc, it was a regional capital of the Byzantine Empire, and it remains an important ecclesiastical center.
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Za•dar

(ˈzɑ dɑr)

n.
a seaport in W Croatia, on the Adriatic. 116,174.
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My family and I were in the Croatian city of Zadar, once a Roman settlement and now home to one of the quirkiest seaside attractions I've ever encountered: the sea organ.
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