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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.

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What is time difference betwee NYC and Croatia?

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The time difference between New York City (Eastern Time Zone) and Croatia (Central European Time) is usually 6 hours, with Croatia being ahead. However, during daylight saving time, the difference may be 5 hours depending on when the clocks change in each location.

How many time zones does Croatia have?

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Greece follows the East European Time(EET). The standard time is GMT+2(until March 28, 2010, 2:59:59). The summer time(Daylight Saving Time) is GMT+3 (until Oct 31, 2010, 3:59:59). The dates for the application of Daylight Saving Time are different for different years.

Is there a volcano in Croatia?

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Yes, there is a volcano in Croatia called Mount Velebit. It is an inactive volcano located in the Velebit mountain range in central Croatia.

What country is between austria and Croatia?

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Slovenia is the country located between Austria and Croatia.

What are the major landforms in Croatia?

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Some major landforms in Croatia include the Dinaric Alps, which run along the Adriatic coast, the Pannonian Basin in the east, and various islands in the Adriatic Sea. The country also has plains, plateaus, and river valleys.

How many islands are there in Croatia?

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Croatia has over 1,200 islands, but only about 50 of them are populated. This makes Croatia's coastline one of the most island-dense in the world.

What is the time difference between England and Croatia?

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Most of the time, Dubrovnik is seven hours ahead of Austin.

However, because Europe and the United States have different schedules for Daylight Saving Time/ Summer Time, between the 2nd and last Sundays of March and during the week of Oct. 31st, Dubrovnik is six hours ahead of Austin.

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Weather in Croatia?

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Croatia has a varied climate depending on the region. Along the coast, the climate is Mediterranean with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Inland regions experience a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. It's always a good idea to check the weather forecast before visiting to ensure you pack appropriately.

'How are you' in Croatian?

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"Kako si?"

What is the best selling beer in the Croatia?

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the best selling beer in Croatia is Ozujsko beer, the second best selling beer is Karlovacko beer

Is there any jellyfish in Croatia?

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not at all

Is there mcdonalds in Croatia?

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A McDonalds has been in affect in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina since July 20, 2011.

What is the country code and area code of Zagreb Croatia?

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The country code and area code of Rijeka, Croatia is 385, (0)51.

What is the country code and area code of Dubrovnik Croatia?

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The country code and area code of Dubrova, Belarus is 375, (8~0)2137.

Who is the best soccer player of Croatia?

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davor šuker is the best soccer player in the history of croatian soccer. He won a golden boot award, and scored 214 goals in his career. He has played on real madrid, arsenal, and bayern munich.

Did Croatia ever win the euro cup?

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No Croatia have never won the Euro cup.

The type of money used in the country of Croatia?

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What is the type of money usedin crotia? Croatian kuna

What are some major exports in Croatia?

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"Yugoslavia" really doesn't exist anymore. The main exports of the countries which used to form Yugoslavia are:

Bosnia and Herzegovina

* clothing * metals * wood * electricity: 5.123 billion kWh per year

Croatia

* chemicals * food * fuel * textiles * transportation equipment * electricity: 2.691 billion kWh per year

Kosovo * appliances * leather * machinery * metals

Macedonia

* beverages * food * iron * manufactured goods * metals * steel * textiles * tobacco * electricity: 103 million kWh per year

Montenegro

* ?

Serbia

* food * livestock * machinery * manufactured goods * transportation equipment

Slovenia

* chemicals * food * machinery * manufactured goods * transportation equipment * electricity: 7.02 billion kWh per year

What US land area is close to Croatia size?

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Croatia is slightly smaller than West Virginia. Together with the coastal sea (between the islands) Croatia is as big as South Carolina or Austria (Europe).

Is Croatia part of Scandinavia?

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No. Scandinavia comprises Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Why is Croatia so good at football?

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The real answer on your question is easy ... Croatian have a brave heart and a strong will as regards the sport, and that came from their persistence that they needed to get all these centuries for defense against foreign aggressors who wanted to take Croatian soil, I think this is one of the most important reasons, and Croats are known as people who have very strong will and hospitality, friend is friend while other guests...

How do you say hello in Croatia's official language?

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Since 1991 when former Yugoslavia stated do fall apart there is no such language as Serbo-Croatian. This artificial mixture of the two similar and related languages was conjectured with pollitical aim of uniting the two nations which eventually haven't been reached. Croatian hello would be: bok (pronounced bOk, seems to have roots in god bless), zdravo (zdrAvo, which comes from a wish for good health), and there are slangies and localies.

What are the percentages of religions in Croatia?

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95% Christian Catholics 5% Others