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    Croatian language

    The Republic of Croatia is a country belonging to Europe, whose capital is Zagreb. It has a population of more than 4 million inhabitants (129º) and an area of ​​56,594 km 2 (124º). Its human development index is very high (46th) and its official currency is the Croatian kuna. But what language is spoken in Croatia? What language do they speak in Croatia? Croatia has only one official language, Croatian. Likewise, by law in Croatia, a minority language will be in official use in municipalities where they add up to more than a third of the population (or if the…

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  • History of Croatia

    Brief history of Croatia summarized A brief tour of the history of Croatia, a European country, in a summarized way. Ancient Croatia Before 5,000 BC the people of what is now Croatia learned to farm even though they only had stone tools. Later they learned to use bronze and then iron. After 390 BC the Greeks settled in colonies along the coast. Then, after 229 BC, the Romans took control of Croatia. By AD 12 the Romans ruled everything. The Romans divided the area into provinces. The coast became the province of Dalmatia. Part of Croatia became the province of…

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  • Croatian traditions and customs

    What traditions and customs are there in Croatia? Croatian customs and traditions date back several centuries. Gastronomy Food in daily life The main meal of the day is a late lunch. In the north and inland, most foods have an Austrian or Hungarian flavor. A typical lunch includes chicken or beef soup, cooked meat (often pork), potatoes, and bread. Vegetables with vinegar and oil are served in spring and summer, and pickled vegetables in winter. Along the coast, a meal usually includes fish and pasta, risotto, or polenta. Lamb is common in the Dalmatian Highlands region. Breakfast is simple, usually…

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