Hvar

[city] The city of Hvar has a long and distinguished history as center for trade and culture in the Adriatic. An independent commune within the Venetian Empire during the 13th to 18th centuries, it was an important naval base with a strong fortress above, encircling town walls and protected port. Cultural life thrived as prosperity grew, an...
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HVAR

Highly Valued Aquatic Resource
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Hvar

Hvar (khvär) , Gr. Pharos, Ital. Lesina, island (1991 est. pop. 11,400), 112 sq mi (290 sq km), in the Adriatic Sea off the Dalmatian coast, Croatia. Fruit growing, cattle raising, and fishing are the chief occupations. The island is also a leading tourist center. The chief town, Hvar, was long...
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Hvar

The HVAR was an American air-to-surface rocket used during the Second World War. It was a 5 inch, unguided, solid propellant rocket armed with a high-explosive warhead.
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