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Croatia

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Croatia

Flag of Croatia

Official languages
Capital
Croatian
Zagreb
Area
Government
56,594 km2
Unitary parliamentary constitutional republic
Population
Religion
4,284,889
Catholic
Time zone
Currency
CET (UTC+01)
Kuna
Demonym Croat, Croatian


Croatia is a country located in Southern Europe. Its capital is Zagreb and its border countries are Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Serbia and Montenegro. Croatia became independent in 1991 through the dissolution of Yugoslavia and Croatian War of Independence against the Yugoslavic government of Belgrade. Croatia belongs to the European Union since July 1st, 2013.

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