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Croatia Arts and Architecture

Remarkable are the remains of the Roman and Byzantine period in Croatia, from the Diocletian’s palace in Split to the Euphrasius basilica (6th century) in Poreč. In the 8th -10th century. numerous small churches were built (Greek cross with dome) and various churches with a basilical plan, the cathedrals of Arbe, Zara, Trogir and, in… Read More »

Economy of Croatia

According to cheeroutdoor, Croatia was one of the most developed republics of the SFRY. After the declaration of independence, the level of its economic development dropped sharply. GDP production fell from $24.8 billion in 1990 to $10.9 billion in 1993, and per capita from $5.2 thousand to $2.3 thousand. Inflation hit four digits. The number… Read More »

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik is without a doubt Croatia’s most beautiful city, a gem located on the Adriatic coast. It is no wonder that it has become one of the Balkans’ most popular destinations. Dubrovnik has an amazing mix of old and new, with churches, palaces and alleys dating back several hundred years. As early as the 6th… Read More »

Zagreb Travel Guide

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and by far the largest city with just over 800,000 inhabitants. The city has a rich history that stretches back many centuries, which today is reflected through cathedrals, historic buildings and monuments. According to Abbreviation Finder, the city of Zagreb also has a wonderful inland nature, and can also… Read More »

Croatia – a Successor State to Yugoslavia

Croatia is one of the successor states of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which declared its independence in 1991. As a result of the breakup of Yugoslavia, armed conflicts developed between the successor states, especially between Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The mass exodus from the war zones led to population shifts and… Read More »

Croatia Old History

The history of Croatia begins in the early 6th century, when the Slavic populations, subject to the Avars, migrated from the region of the Middle Danube to the south-east, in the region between the Drava and the Sava and towards the Adriatic coast. See Countryaah for population and country facts about Croatia. Population structure Croatia is… Read More »