- Croatian Dominican Province
The Croatian Dominican Province (Croatian: Hrvatska dominikanska provincija) is a province of the Dominican Order of the Catholic Church based in Zagreb which is active in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia.
The Dominicans runs several monasteries. Two are located in Zagreb as well as in Dubrovnik while there are individual ones on the islands of Bol, Hvar, and Korčula, and in the coastal cities of Rijeka, Trogir and Split. The province has two monasteries in Slovenia: in Žalec and Petrovče. The lone monastery in Bosnia and Herzegovina is in the Klopče neighbourhood of Zenica.
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