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Cres

island in the Kvarner group, northwest Croatia, in the Adriatic Sea, off the east coast of Istria. With an area of 156 square miles (404 square km), ...
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Cres

[town] Cres is a Croatian town found on the Island of Cres which can be found directly off the Istrian Peninsula and in the Kvarner Gulf. The town is inhabited by 2,959 people (2001), and located at {coord|44.96015|N|14.40811|E}. ==Town== Cres is basically a city on the bay, as its town docks come directly into the middle of the city and ar...
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Cres

Cres (tsures') , Ital. Cherso, island, 158 sq mi (409 sq km), in the Adriatic Sea, W Croatia. Formerly in Austria-Hungary, it passed to Italy in 1918 and to Yugoslavia (of which Croatia was then a constituent republic) in 1947. Fruit growing and fishing are the chief occupations.
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Cres

Cres (pron; Cherso, Kersch, Crepsa, Greek: Χερσος, Chersos) is an Adriatic island in Croatia. It is one of the northern island in the Kvarner Gulf and can be reached via ferry from the island Krk or from the Istrian peninsula (line Brestova-Porozina). With an area of 405.78 km2, Cres is the same size as the neighbouring island of Krk, althou...
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Cres

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Cres or Kres (Κρής, gen. Κρητός) was a possible eponym of the island Crete. Stephanus of Byzantium distinguishes between two figures of this name: one was a son of Zeus and the nymph Idaea, and the other a Cretan autochthon. According to Cinaethon of Sparta, Cres was the father of Talos. The autocht...
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