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Situated in Southeastern Europe, Croatia is a geographically diverse country and famous for its breathtaking national parks and lakes. It is bordered by Slovenia in the north, Hungary in the northeast, Serbia in the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina in the southwest, Montenegro in the southeast.
Slovenia and Croatia are neighbors, however they have a bad political relation due to some border issues. The Slovenian and Croatian people also generally don't seem to like each other, perhaps because there is some kind of competition between them. As right now the Slovenian Macro and Microeconomic…
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Croatian Costs Croatia is not as expensive as other tourist destinations along the European Union Mediterranean area such as Italy, France or Spain. The capital city, Zagreb, is equally expensive for lodging and parking as any other EU capital. Food is still cheaper than elsewhere and better than…
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Croatia is a country in the South-East of Europe. It is parallel to Italy and it is surrounded by the following countries: Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia, Montenegro and Serbia
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Croatia is located in central and south Europe it is across Italy.
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It was built in early 1950s and I think it was first newly built hotel after 2nd World War in communist Yugoslavia. Work force used to build it for war prisoners. No luxury is there, as communism had different vision of luxury.
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The capital of Croatia is Zagreb.Zagreb
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1200000000 billion the most in the world! i looked it up so i am right. no exception's.
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1 Yugoslavia Dinar (YUM) = 0.0183 US Dollars. 5000000000 Dinar (YUM) = 91,500,000 US Dollars.Refer to www.coinmill.com for currency values.  Yugoslavian Dinar is obsolete, it was dropped off in 2003. Refer to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslav_dinar
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"Seraglio" is an English equivalent of the Serbo-Croatian word saraj. The noun originates in the Turkish word saray and the Persian (sarây) for "grand edifice" or "palace." It references sequestered living quarters, be they for mistresses or wives.
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Answer Blue is for sky White for air Red for bloody land
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in Europe :)Capital: Zagreb :)
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over 13,000 make up Indonesia
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The 1 official language of Croatia is Croatian. Many other languages are spoken in Croatia though, including: Bosnian Croatia Sign Language Istriot Italian Romanian, Istro Venetian Czech Hungarian Italian Ruthenian Serbian Slovakian Mainly younger people can also speak English, and s…
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Stjepan Mesi? was the second President of Croatia from 2000 February 18 to 2010 February 18 including all of the year 2007. He previously held the posts of the Prime Minister of Croatia, the President of Yugoslavia, and the President of the Croatian Parliament. Mesi? was a deputy in the Croatian Pa…
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Answer words "baka" or "nana" are more like granny..but grandmother is "baba". And,don't use word Yugoslavia because that country no longer exists..its Serbian language,not Yugoslavian.
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The Yugoslavian wars started in the year 1992, and went on until the year 1995.
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Some well know customs in Croatia are for sure Croatian songs, actually Croatian folklore and their clothes. Also Croatian holiday traditions are really well known. They go to church at 12.00 am , at midnight on Christmas Eve, celebrate Christmas with families, eating a turkey is usually the lunch t…
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Italy and Croatia both border on the Adriatic Sea, which is an arm of the Mediterranean Sea.
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Croatia gained independence through a long war with Yugoslavia.
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It is having an exchange rate of 1 Dinar = $ 0.0183 USD. I have 250000 Yugoslavian dinar and it is worth $4575.00. This is because Yugoslavia is not a real country anymore, thereby making all their currency something as it is having an ongoing exchange rate in market, or otherwise just a peace of pa…
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Football is #1. Basketball, handball, and water polo are also very popular.
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Croats are Southern Slavic people. They live in Europe in the area of the western balkans, southern central europe, at the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea and the Pannonian Plain. Although, Croatia is usually labeled as a balkan state, this is somewhat misleading. In fact, about 50% of the actu…
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Croatia weather is influenced by two climatic zones. Continental and Mediterranean.Continental clima is in continental Croatia where summers are hot and dry while winters are cold and snowy. Average winter temperature is 1 c and average summer temperature is 20 c. Summer is from June to September. W…
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To see if Tokio Hotel is coming to your city or a town near you, you can go to tokiohotel.com and look for tour information and news, or go to ticketmaster and see if they are on tour right now.They are coming to Croatia in their new tour "Welcome To The Humanoid City Tour" on 28.03.2010
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Before 1991 (the year that Zagreb became the capital of a newly-formed Croatia), Croatia had accomplished many things. For example, they built the first grammar school: St Catherine's church and monastery. Unfortuntely, before then, it had no real purpose. Coincedently, Nikola Frankopan to choose Za…
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Any, 1 Old Yugoslavia Dinar (YUM) = 1 Novi Dinar (YUM).
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Croatia is located in southern Europe. The country has a long coastline on the Adriatic, opposite Italy.
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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Yugoslavia , til 1991 , then Croatia when they claimed their independence .
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Croatia joined the European Union on the 1st of July 2013.
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When Yugoslavia was splitting because of religion and ethnic groups, Sebia didn't want this to happen. So, Serbia started war with the 2 largest countries Bosnia - Hercigovina and Croatia.The root of Serbian reluctance to accept the breakage of Yugoslav along the borders of its constituents lies in …
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The sea between Italy and Croatia is called the Adriatic Sea. It is located in Europe and is 500 miles in length. There are over 1300 islands in the Adriatic Sea.
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Washington, Dc is approximately 9 and a half hours away from Croatia. There are 4,510 air miles between the two locations.
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There is a legend that says Croatia was founded by five brothers (Klukas, Lobel, Muhlo, Kosjenc and Hrvat) and two sisters ([[wiki/Tuga|Tuga]] and Buga), so it possible that Croat (Hrvat) is a word that originates from one of the brothers names. It hasn't scientifically been proven who founded Croat…
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it has sun and rain, like any normal country
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Croatia has its coast on the Adriatic Sea. Rivers include: Sava (562km long)Drava (305km)Dunav (188km) Coastal rivers include: MirnaRašaZrmanjaKrkaCetina
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It takes 13 hours.
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Croatia's size (land+sea) is 89 810 km². Surface without sea is 56 542 km². Source: Wikipedia
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The countries that border Croatia are: Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Hungary, Serbia-Montenegro.
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It's not a good idea to talk about everyone in one country "hating" everyone in another country. People aren't just stereotypes based on their nationality - they are individuals who have their own views. ******************* The war between Serbs and Croats had its origins partly in the breakup of …
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Me to have the 1993 Yugoslavija dinar. Can i change in Indonesian rupiah? Where place?
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In Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, the summers are hot and dry, with an average temperature of around 68F (20C). Winters are cold and average around 34F (1C). Zagreb is near the middle of the country. Other cities near the coast, such as Dubrovnik, have more Mediterranean climates. The summers are h…
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Kuna.
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Croatia is a country, not a capital city. Croatia's capital city is Zagreb.
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There is no such language as Yugoslavian. Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene
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Macedonian:bakneziCroatian:poljupciSerbian:ljubiSlovene:poljubi
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it Doesn't change
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the best selling beer in Croatia is Ozujsko beer, the second best selling beer is Karlovacko beer
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The clothing in Croatia is long socks and tights with lon shirts. The clothing in Croatia is long socks and tights with lon shirts.  The clothing in Croatia is long socks and tights with lon shirts.
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the main sport in Croatia is soccer and second main sport is rukomet and rukomet is handball witch Americain don't have
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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Fiumicino Airport to Charles de Gaulle AirportAir France 9847: You go to Charles de Gaulle Airport through an A318/319/320/321. The flight takes 2 hours and 10 minutes.You then have a 11 hour layover at Charles de Gaulle Airport.Charles de Gaulle Airport to Zagreb AirportAir France 1560: You go to Z…
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A typical flight from Croatia to Malta usally takes about 2 hours.
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In Zagreb Croatia, a woman was discovered sitting on her armchair dead in her home in 2008. Neighbors last reported seeing her in 1966. That's 42 years! By the time they discovered her, she was naturally mummified!
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It takes an estimated 2 hours and 53 minutes to fly between Manchester to the airport in Croatia. The distance between these two locations is 1,195 miles.
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Descendants of Illyrum are Today's Albanians.
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Hmm, not really, it's closer to Italy and Austria.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia were formerly part of Yugoslavia (full name Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) until declaring independence in 1992.
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The language spoken in former Yugoslavia was called Serbo-Croatian and it had a two types of scripts.Kako si? (Latin)Како си? (Cyrillic)Kako si? is when you refer to one person but Kako ste? is refering to a group or more than one.Note: Bosnian, Macedonian, and Slovenian were also spoken in fo…
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On the 1st of July 2013.
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It´s about 6 kuna´s that is about one dollar and 30 cent
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Croatia declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1991
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Croatia is probably most famous for its beautiful coastline and many islands, among other things
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There is no such language as Yugoslavian. Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene
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Asia,
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Indonesia has 17,508 islands. Indonesia has more or less than 17.504 island
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The president of Bosnia and Herzegovina is (as of 2011) is Željko Komšić.
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No. It's a sport popular in Britain. Most of Croatians doesn't understand it at all.
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Right now it is 11.13 pm, 3rd of December 2008. He he. Croatia is in CET zone
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Croatia was part of Yugoslavia till the early 1990s. (Slovakia is to the north of Hungary).
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all over the area
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They eat fish, pork and a lot of seafood. I will add some of the traditional dishes I ate in Croatia - čobanac, a veal stew, Riblju Corbu, a fish stew, Ćevapčići, ground meat shaped in fingers and grilled, Pljeskavica, a grilled meat patty served with fresh red onions and crusty bread (possibly …
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American beer sucks. That's what it's known for. Croatia has an excellent reputation for their alcoholic beverages. truth.
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in croatian it is Hr. in English it is Cro
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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Please see the Related Link(s) below to see when Avenged Sevenfold is coming to Croatia as show dates are always due to change as time goes by.
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sea food, cow, pig
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Australians do not have to apply for a visa before they arrive in Turkey. For tourist visas for stays up to three months, you need to buy a sticker visa for a small fee (EUR15.00) at the border. Credit card payments are not accepted for visa fees, so make sure you have cash with you.
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The highest mountain in Croatia is called Dinara, with it's highest peak also called Dinara.
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As of 2006[update], there are a total of 127 officially registered cities in Croatia
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The National Currency in Croatia are Kunas1 HRK (Croatian kuna) 1 AUD = 4,546775 HRK 1 USD = 4,896738 HRK 1 EUR = 7,284388 HRKIn Croatia they use kuna , which is 100 lipa. It is about 1/8 Euro.
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Yes and no. It's expensive for us who live in Croatia because most of people have low salaries or don't have at all! But many citizens from foreign developed countries don't have much difficulties with this, what is more - the retired ones come and live here.
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Croatian money is called Kuna.
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A very good used example is worth $0.75, rising to $12.50 in mint uncirculated condition. (used = $1 NZ Dollars, unc = $17 NZ Dollars)
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I think the currency isn't euro but kuna
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Croatia didn't split
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kunaThe Kuna. One kuna is approximately 10.5 British pennies.
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The estimated flight time from Atlanta, GA to Croatia is 12 hours and 10 minutes. The flight times can vary depending on the airline.
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Croatia has existed as a separate country several times since the days of the Roman Empire. Croatia crowned its first king in year 925, after being defined as a region around 700 AD. It lost its independence in 1102 by joining a monarchy under a common king with the Hungarians. It was made part of…
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NO
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siesta is not croatian
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Jadrankar Kosor is the Prime Minister of Croatia. Kosor became the Prime Minister of Croatia on 2009 July 6 following previous Prime Minister Ivo Sanader's resignation due to pending criminal charges. Kosor is the first female Prime Minister of Croatia since its independence on 1990 May 30.
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The flight takes about 6-7 hours. You might need to fly to Frankfurt, Germany and from there about 1 hour to Zagreb, Split or Rijeka airport in Croatia.
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56 540 square km
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From Zagreb, capital, to London is about 1 hr and 30 mins
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There is no such language as Yugoslavian. Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene
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99,999% white 0,001% others
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