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Pag folk costumes are still being kept in many families. Inherited or made after the old ones, they are extremely valuable and tell us much about how local people appreciate their heritage. The origins of the folk costumes date from the medieval Venice, and have been kept preserved as such until today. Male costume is very simple; it consists of a white shirt, white trousers and a short black jacket.

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Wednesday 13 Dec 2017
Gastronomy

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Traditionally, the people of Pag have engaged in sheep-breeding, fishing, and one of the most significant industries is production of salt. Quality salt obtained naturally from the clear sea has been a trademark of the town of Pag for centuries.

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A quality, highly esteemed sheep cheese is produced in the town of Pag. Along with the Pag cheese, you can try the delicious Pag lamb, white wine, travarica (herb brandy) and homemade prosecco. You can buy fresh fish, crabs and seashells at the fish market, and try fish delicacies in restaurants. In the Benedictine convent of St. Margaret they make baškotin, a hard roll - the secret of its production is kept inside the convent. The extremely healing sage honey, made on family estates, is also renowned.

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