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Adriatic

1. of or relating to the Adriatic Sea, or to the inhabitants of its coast or islands
2. the. short for the Adriatic Sea
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The Adriatic Pearl seemed to glide across the Brac Channel to Omis, where we took an excursion up the river Cetina, a stunning canyon to an old flour mill.
In this image provided by the Italian Navy, smoke billows from the Italian-flagged Norman Atlantic after it caught fire in the Adriatic Sea, Sunday, Dec.
The entire TAP will be 870 km in length (Greece 545 km; Albania 211 km; Adriatic Sea 105 km; Italy 8 km).
SUPERB: This picture of the RMS Adriatic in the early 1930s features in White Star Line, by Janette McCutcheon
With first departures in March 2014, the 15-day Crossroads of the Adriatic begins at $2695 (or $180 a day) for a land only tour or at 16-days from $3995 ($250 per day) with included international airfare.
The route crosses Greece and Albania and goes trough the Adriatic Sea to southern Italy.
The Adriatic Charter member states also welcomed the agreement reached between Belgrade and Pristina as one more step forward to securing regional peace and stability.
Currently the Shah Deniz consortium is considering two options for transporting its gas to the European markets - Nabucco West and TAP (Trans Adriatic Pipeline).
With the launch of new add campaign, Adriatic Luxury Hotels Group has completed its process of rebranding and marks the further promotion on global market, with a strong focus on the value and strength of Dubrovnik brand - the leading destination tourism brand in the luxury segment.
The TAP project is designed to transport gas from the Caspian region via Greece and Albania and across the Adriatic Sea to southern Italy and further into Western Europe.
On the other hand, the clients who prefer the cruising itself and want to explore the glistening Adriatic in an easy manner might want to consider choosing a sailboat.
However, given both the Adria pipeline's existing inter-connection with the Russian system and Russia's rising output, the pipeline's operators and transit states have since considered reversing the line's flow, thus giving Russia a new export outlet on the Adriatic Sea.