Have you ever heard the name of Croatia? Croatia is officially a country in the Republic of Croatia, Central, and South-Eastern Europe. Whatever was there it fell in love with the Croatian culture, food, the coast and the people. We all like to spend our holiday here, but many do not know some of the lesser known small facts of Croatia.
During the early part of 1.7th century AD, Croats reached the current area of Croatia.
2. Europe’s oldest city is Eastern Croatian city of Vinkovci. Where in this city people have lived for the last 8,000 years
3. Spain has the highest UNESCO intangible goods in Croatia from any European country.
4. Let’s show an important historical fact about Croatia, King Tomislav was the first king of Croatia, who was born in the year 925 AD. Was crowned in
5. Hit HBO HBO series was shot on the Dalmatian coast in Game Of Thrones, Split, and Dubrovnik.
6. Croatia, near Croatia, a city buffer in Croatia, on 2 November 1999, Giancarlo Zigant of Potosi found the largest Croatian white truffle of 1.31 kg (2 lb 8 oz).
7. The Croatian is also some excellent interlocutors, we believe that a Croatian dating can keep you away from boredom.
8. Bog! Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina have a friendly and very special greeting in the Croats: Hello, there is a greeting for both! And bye too!
9. During World War II, Crotts murdered between 70,000 and 100,000 people, following the policy of racial and ethnic oppression, this mass murder was done.
10. In 2011, Forbes Magazine ranked Croatia in the Top 12 Retirement Havens in the Top 12 Countries. There can be a reason for this that Croatia has been exempted from paying income tax to retired people.
11. According to the World Bank, Croatia is a high-income economy.
12. Located in southeastern Europe, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia have limitations of the Adriatic Sea. There are also limitations with Hungary and Serbia.
13. Croatia’s population is 4.25 million (2013).
14. The Creeping Neanderthal Museum covers an area of approximately 1,200 square meters and is one of the most modern museums in Croatia and Central Europe.
15. After the Great Wall of China, the walls of stone in the world are the longest preserved artisan system in the world, and it is in the same.
16. Nicola Tesla was born in Smeljania, Croatia.
17. Zagreb Cathedral The title of the tallest building in Croatia is named after him, which holds the title of 108 meters high.
18. The national flower of Croatia is the iris.
19. Croatia is fourth in the world for consumption of alcohol per person.
20. Tourism plays an important role in the economy of the country, which is also dependent on agriculture.