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Alberto Fortis, Italian writer who has written a ballad about Hasanaginica, 1772nd 'Never I will never forget the welcome and hospitality, we made him Duke Pervan Kokorići.' Ethnological village Kokorići is situated in a valley southwest of Vrgorac at the foot of the hill Rilić at an altitude of only 85 meters. From the city center Vrgorac is located 5 kilometers and leads to the paved road. This is a typical Dalmatian settlement, for diversity of its life contents, and the natural landmarks and architecture dominated by stone. A wealth of historical and cultural heritage stands out from other villages in the area and for these reasons it offers a wide range of tourist services. Here guests can find and have a pleasant stay for sightseeing, leisure, recreation and entertainment. Some of the advantages we offer with special recommendation. In Kokorići the birthplace tower Anthony Pržo Prvan with ethno-collection and tavern. ethnographic collection In Kokorići there are small ethnographic collection. It is a reflection of life in the village and personable man compound with tools that had been used during their history. It has over 250 different exhibits. Space ethnographic collections is also a restaurant with the possibility of consuming local food and drink and display video on Kokorići. Tavern It is typical place of the local farmers. It offers the possibility of tasting the famous white and red wines from the field Bunin, brandy, sherry, and charm with which mirrors are; exposed wooden utensils and tableware for the production of wine and brandy. Birthplace of Hasanaginica Birthplace of Duke Prvan Kula Anthony Pržo Prvan famous ancestor and the Duke and the church of St. Anthony from the end of the XV. century are part of a unique space in which to offer sightseeing and exploring: - original clothing Anthony Pržo Prvan, - the weapons, - a library, - other antiques. The surrounding stone ambience offers the possibility of gathering, and folk strings, vocal group of singers and Gangas, who sing about the history of the census.


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