These video stock shots on Croatia cover four topics: a general presentation of Croatia; key reforms on the path to the EU; the EU and Croatia working together; and what Croatia will bring to the EU.
They feature new images of the capital Zagreb, the main political institutions, as well as some of the main coastal and inland cities, such as Split and Osijek.
They reflect the key areas in which Croatia has implemented considerable reforms on its way to EU membership: the judiciary, competition and shipyard restructuring.
The EU's support to Croatia's efforts to adopt EU standards is illustrated through a series of concrete projects in the following areas: the enhancement of Croatia's competitiveness and export potential, infrastructure projects, environmental projects, etc.
The natural wealth and beauty, cultural heritage and human potential of Croatia is illustrated through a set of examples of what Croatia will bring to the European Union once it becomes a Member.
Only the original language version is authentic and it prevails in the event of its differing from the translated versions.
||Ban Jelačić Square, central Zagreb (8 shots)
||City market (6 shots)
||Panoramic view from the “upper” city and street atmosphere (8 shots)
||Zrinjevac park in central Zagreb (8 shots)
||Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration (6 shots)
||The building of the Croatian Parliament (Sabor) (5 shots)
||The building of the Croatian Government (3 shots)
||Panoramic view on the port of Split (4 shots)
||People in the old city and pedestrian zones (10 shots)
||The port of Split, people in cafes (5 shots)
||Croatian flag at the "Kapetanija" building (4 shots)
||Main square in Osijek, the biggest city in the Slavonija region (9 shots)
||Old city atmosphere (5 shots)
||Evening shots of the main square in Osijek (2 shots)
||Courthouse in Zagreb, exterior views (3 shots)
||Judges at work; shelves in the court’s archive with files (8 shots)
||National Office for Suppression of Corruption and Organised Crime, exterior views (4 shots)
||Shots of the "Brodosplit "shipyard; construction site with ships and large cranes; onsite workers; harbour with machines and transport ships (9 shots)
||Waste water treatment project in Karlovac region, exterior views (7 shots)Processing of waste water and improvement of overall water management efficiency; the biggest project of this kind in Croatia.
||Waste water treatment project, interior views and control room (5 shots)
||Vinkovci train station (5 shots)Rehabilitation of the Vinkovci –Tovarnik railway, part of the Trans-European Corridor 10, connecting Austria with Greece. This major infrastructure project is the biggest single project in Croatia supported by the EU.
||Control room Vinkovci train station (4 shots)
||Rehabilitated railway tracks (7 shots)
||Fisherman’s wharf (6 shots)
||Croatian company "Zigante Tartufi", exterior (2 shots)
||"Zigante Tartufi", interior shots: production, machines, workers (11 shots)The Croatian company “Zigante Tartufi” improved its capacity to produce and process truffles. Modern equipment for the processing and packaging of truffles has been co-financed through EU funds.
||Final products of “Zigante Tartufi” (3 shots)
||Plitvice Lakes National Park: lakes and waterfalls (9 shots)
||Visitors walking, taking photos (7 shots)
||Lakes and waterfalls, panoramic views (4 shots)
||Traditional architecture; people in pedestrian zone (9 shots)Old city in Split; Diocletian palace, classified as UNESCO world heritage site.
||Vineyards and grapes at "Kabola" winery (9 shots)
||"Kabola" winery house exterior Wine production is quite developed in Croatia, e.g. Istria and Dalmatia, becoming an important economic activity, while remaining a traditional part of the local culture and way of life.
||Bottles of wine (3 shots)