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MARENDIĆ IVO (1937-2004)

Ivo Marendić is remembered for his outstanding publishing work in Rijeka.

He was born in Biograd na Moru. At the end of 1941, he moved to Rijeka with his mother, where he finished primary school and then graduated from Prva riječka gimnazija secondary school in 1955. He studied architecture in Zagreb for six semesters, became a member of the cinema club and developed his love towards scenography.

He became an educated screenwriter at the Film Academy in Rome. In the early 1960s he was in charge of four film sets in Rome at Cinecità.

From 1967, when he joined Edit publishing, until his retirement, he edited about 600 books, monographs and publications. He edited “Kamov”, “Domet” and “Sušačka revija” magazines and is remembered for editing “How to Read the City” by Radmila Matejčić, “White Fleet of the Croatian Adriatic”, “Jadrolinija” and “Port of Rijeka” books and monographs.

Grave location: KOZALA (H-5-139, niches)
Ivo Marendić
Kozala Cemetery
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