Croatia is located on the European continent.
Croatia is in Europe.
No it is a country in Europe.
What do you mean by "border Croatia"? Croatia is in Europe by its full length, and is nowhere near any continent borders.
in Europe :) Capital: Zagreb :)
Croatia has been a part of Europe since its creation as a country because it is physically located on the European continent.
45 N 15 E is Croatia, and the continent is Europe.
Slovenia is in Europe.It is on the continent of Europe between Austria, Italy, Croatia and HungaryEurope.
If you purchase your insurance in Croatia then yes I would say so. If you have a policy issued on another continent such as North America then NO. Read your policy, as it will clearly state where you are insured to drive. Driving from USA to Croatia will be rough anyway. Sorry for the sarcasm.
Europe, he was born in Croatia but hes mostly Australian
Croatia is in Europe. Find Italy, Austria and Hungary on a map of Europe and you will see it. If you looked in the gazeteer (index) of an atlas published since 1990, you will be directed to the page where it is mapped.
Europe. It is basically on the Balkan peninsula in southern Europe. It is bounded by Croatia on the west and north, Serbia on the northeast, and Montenegro on the southeast.
google "UNESCO Croatia" and "national parks Croatia"
No,Croatia is a republic.
HR is the offical abbriviation for Croatia. HR = HRVATSKA which is Croatia on Croatian
People first arrived in Croatia in the 7th century. Croatia is a republic in Europe. The capital of Croatia is Zagreb. The approximate population of Croatia is 4.29 million people.
The capital of Croatia is Zagreb. Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia.
Croatia is a country, not a capital city. Croatia's capital city is Zagreb.
In Croatia. Serbian forces invaded Croatia, but were defeated.
Albania is not in the southeast of Croatia, but it is southeast of Croatia, though they do not share a border.
Croatia is 21851 mi2
what are the biomes in Croatia
Croatia was created in 8##.