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VIDEO: “Flood Of The Century” In Karlovac


The central Croatian town of Karlovac was under water on Tuesday, suffering its worst flood “in centuries” after the River Kupa broke the dam wall in the centre of town. A number of houses in the centre suffered flooding as the river’s water levels rose more than 6 metres in just 24 ...

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PHOTO: Sexy Hajduk Split Calendar Goes On Sale


It was a hit when they done it two years ago to celebrate legendary Croatian football club Hajduk Split’s 100th Anniversary, selling thousands from Croatia to Australia to the US. Now the Hajduk Split Supporters Club in Osijek have done it again. The club, based in eastern Croatia have produced another “sexy calendar” to ...

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Parliament Roof Caves In Under 400-500kg Of Snow


Tragedy was narrowly avoided yesterday at the Croatian Parliament building in Croatia’s capital Zagreb when a glass roof caved in under the weight of heavy snow, writes Jutarnji list. Parliament staff estimate that around 400-500 kilograms worth of snow was on the roof when it caved in. Nobody was underneath the glass ...

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Male Gigolo Arrested In Split


Police in the Dalmatian city of Split have arrested a 48-year-old male prostitute, writes daily newspaper 24sata. The “gigolo” faces charges after offering sexual services to men in the wider Split region. He had been operating since May 2012 until the middle of January this year, advertising sexual services for ...

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Plastic Surgery 65% Cheaper In Croatia


Croatia has top class surgeons, advanced medical technology and according to recent research by portal CroMedicor, up to 65% cheaper prices for plastic surgery than the rest of EU, but experts say that until Croatia works on its branding as a medical tourism destination, it will have trouble attracting more ...

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Croatia Set Up Quarter Final Match Up With France


Croatia have set up a tantalizing quarter-final match up against old foes France at the World Handball Championships in Spain after easily defeating Belarus in the 2nd round 33:24. Croatia’s coach Slavko Goluza decided to rest a handful of key players once the result was in the bag at half-time. France ...

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