Where is Croatia?
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.
Right now it is 11.13 pm, 3rd of December 2008.. He he. Croatia is in CET zone
Smiljan is a village in Croatian region Lika where Nikola Tesla, a famous scientist was born. It's a small village in rarely inhabited mountain area of Croatia.
Croats called themselves Hrvati and Croatia is Hrvatska in Croatian. But long before 7th century (it's estimated that's the time when Croats immigrated to today's Croatia)…, there was a region which was named Croatia by Romans. English speaking countries and many other adopted that word... Similar story with Greece which is actually Hellas in Greek.
for the tourism- clean sea, rich history, beautiful nature... the war 1991 Croatia was part of Yugoslavia
In the east there is mostly lowland with some small mountains, in the middle part there are lots of hills and some small mountains, in the mountain region (near the adriatic c…oast) there are high mountains with a different climate than the inland. on the coast there are mostly rocky hills with mediteran vegetation
Axis forces. We were loyal to the very end. ______________________________________________________________ I would add USA, we are really fond of each other. And of cour…se most of the Balkan countries, like Slovenia, BiH, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania....even though there are conflicts we will never forget how we held together during the war. Serbia and Croatia have a strange connection, a lot of scars from the war are still here.
there are lots of them. there are 7 national parks (Plitvice lakes, Kornati islands, Mljet island, Brijuni islands, North Velebit (mountain), Risnjak (mountain), Paklenica (mo…untain). there are 6 UNESCO sites: Cathedral of st. Jacob in Å ibenik, Euphrasian basilica in PoreÄ, old city of Trogir, old city of Dubrovnik, Diocletian's palace in Split and Plitvice lakes. There are also many nature parks- some examples- Lonjsko polje (swamp), KopaÄki rit (swamp), Papuk (mountain), Biokovo (mountain), Medvednica (mountain), Velebit (mountain), TelaÅ¡Äica (near Kornati- lake and nature on Dugi otok island) but everywhere you go, you will see a lot of history and beautiful nature, especially on the coast.
The Kuna is the currency
Well My parents are from Croatia and I speak Croatian too and go their every summer. They use Kuna(s). If you are going there for summer vacation and live in America, on you'r…e way back to America make sure to change your Kuna(s) into dollars in Croatia and not in America because you cant. 6 kunas is one dollar. (a little more) And lipa(s) are like cents in America. I hope I helped.
Republic of Yugoslavia (President Tito used to hold all those states together in the Republic of Yugoslavia)