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Zlatko Dalic completes the 120 km walking pilgrimage from Livno to Medjugorje

(Photo: Instagram/Zlatko Dalic)

Croatian coach Zlatko Dalic from his hometown of Livno Medjugorje.

Medjugorje has been an unofficial Catholic pilgrimage site since the Virgin Mary was said to have appeared on the Apparition Hill in 1981, and Dalic arrived on Tuesday evening after three days of walking with three friends. did.

“3 days – 120 km. Thank you Mother of God for all blessings! Lord I believe in you,” Dalich wrote on Instagram.

In 2019, the Vatican officially allowed pilgrimage to Medjugorje. After that, the first Vatican-sanctioned pilgrimage took place during his five days from August 2nd to his 6th, 2019, bringing about 60,000 young Catholics from 97 countries to the celebration of the Festival of Youth. Did.

After leading Croatia to the UEFA Nations League semi-finals last week, Dalic is spending some downtime before returning to work as he begins preparations for next month’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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