Croatia is a country located in the southern part of Europe, on the Jadran Coast. It borders with Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. Anchor Croatia's main cities are Dubrovnik, Splitz, Makarska and Rijeka. The country's currency is the Euro and the official language is Croatian. The majority of the population is Roman Catholic. The country's capital is Zagreb.
The history of Croatia dates back to the early 9th century, when the Croatian state was established. It was ruled by rulers from the Slavic dynasty, who held power until the 1030s. After this period, the Croatian state became part of the Habsburg monarchy. The monarchy collapsed after World War I and Croatia formed an independent state in 1918. After World War II, Croatia remained in the so-called Yugoslav Federation, and its independence was finally recognized in 1991.
1. Diocletian Palace and Old Town in Split - was built by Emperor Diocletian in the 3rd century and is one of Croatia's most beautiful monuments.
2. Plitvice Lakes National Park - one of the most beautiful national parks in the world, located in the Croatian mountainous part of the country.
3. Krka Monastery - located in the quiet Krka River valley, this monastery creates a unique blend of traditional Croatian art and European art history. 4. Dubrovnik Walls - these spectacular walls surround you in the old town.
5. Trogir - The Old Town of Trogir is one of the best preserved Renaissance monuments in the entire world.
6. Lapidarium Museum in Zadar - the last half of the 19th century brought to Zadar a wealth of magnificent treasures of ancient art, which can be seen in this museum.
1 Croatia has more than 1,300 islets, including one of the largest in the world - Krk.
2. Croatian cuisine is very diverse, and most products are locally sourced.
3 The Croatian language is one of the oldest in the world and is still being developed by the local community.
4 How to eat Croatian? They usually eat beef and potato stew.
5 Some Croatian citizens vote twice - once in Croatia and the second time in their place of origin.
6. Croatia has warm, sunny summers and winters without snow.
The 7th Easter in Croatia is a unique holiday, during which processions are held and festivals are organized.
8. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe.
9. in Croatian there is a special cry "Živjeli!" which means "Cheers!"
10 Croatia is famous for its beaches, which are among the most beautiful in Europe.