Tin Ujević Award

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The Tin Ujević Award (Croatian : Nagrada "Tin Ujević") is an award given for contributions to Croatian poetry. It is considered the most prestigious award in Croatia and is named after the poet Tin Ujević.

The award was founded in 1980 and is awarded by the Croatian Writers' Society.



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