The Mass is part of annual commemorations that Croatia introduced three decades ago for the tens of thousands of Croatian and Bosnian Ustasa members and their supporters.
The exhibition in Zagreb featured about 30 paintings and graphic works from Meer Axelrod's "Nazi Occupation" series.
"We have decided together to cancel one performance so as not to put ourselves and our loved ones in danger."
Holocaust revisionism and the rise of antisemitism are being fueled by Croatian politicians.
The government had proposed establishing a monument for victims of the Holocaust, and the project was taken up by the Zagreb municipality.
This is the highest level Croatian visit since the sale was nixed, a sign that canceling the deal did not irreparably harm ties.
Within the modern city of Dubrovnik itself, set between the sea and high steep cliffs, is the preserved area referred to as “the Old Town,” which is where we based our stay.
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“European countries have marked the killings of Jews on their respective territories with monuments and memorials,” the statement read.