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On the National Geographic's list of Europe's best small ports, Zadar is listed in third place. It is also dubbed "Dubrovnik's relaxed cousin" in the article that goes on to point out the art installations of Zadar, among them especially the Sea Organ whose music and location can serve as the perfect relaxing spot for those who have spent the day sightseeing the thousand-year-old architecture of the city. "When it gets dark, the locals take a walk to the Garden, a minimalist caffe which sits on...

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On the National Geographic's list of Europe's best small ports, Zadar is listed in third place. It is also dubbed "Dubrovnik's relaxed cousin" in the article that goes on to point out the art installations of Zadar, among them especially the Sea Organ whose music and location can serve as the perfect relaxing spot for those who have spent the day sightseeing the thousand-year-old architecture of the city. "When it gets dark, the locals take a walk to the Garden, a minimalist caffe which sits on the old walls of the city. Owned by the UB40 drummer, James Brown and the music producer Nick Colgan the caffe is a place where you can drink a Karlovačko beer, play a game of chess or just relax in the typically European atmosphere while listening to live jazz, latino or electronic music," recommends the National Geographic Traveler. (National Geographic, 2013.)