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Croatian Language Fifth Largest in Austria

Those whose native language is Croatian are among the fifth largest immigrant group in Austria, with the largest number of immigrants speaking German, according to data published by the Austrian Integration Fund. Croatian is spoken by about 70,000 immigrants in Austria, making it the fifth largest immigrant group in the ...

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On Trial Former Croatian PM to go on Talk Show

Former Prime Minister of Croatia and President of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) political party Ivo Sanader, who is current on trial for corruption, is to appear on a Sunday afternoon talk show, reports website Tportal. Sanader will be a guest on “Nedjeljom u 2” and will give his first interview ...

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Croatian Londoner Becomes Plitvice Lakes Millionth Visitor

One of Croatia’s most stunning tourist attractions, Plitvice Lakes National Park, has seen its one millionth visitor this year. Ljiljana Loncar, a Croat who has been residing in London for the past 16 years become the millionth visitor when she visited with her South African finace Michael Hayes. Loncar, who ...

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Rental Prices Dropping in Croatian Capital

Rental prices for apartments in Croatia’s capital Zagreb are continuing to fall, according to statistics from real estate portal Crozilla.com. The average monthly rental in August for an apartment in the capital of between 20 and 40 square meters, is 289 euros, which is 5.5 per cent less than in ...

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Isolation for Croatian Islanders

A proposal from Croatia’s Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure to rationalise ships and ferry traffic from the Croatian islands to the mainland during the winter period, has set off a series of angry reactions. The islanders say that during the winter period the connections from the islands to the ...

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Croatia 70th in the World for Facebook Profiles

There are 1 million and 563 thousand Facebook users in Croatia, placing the Adriatic nation at number 70 in the world for the number of registered profiles. The statistics mean that 35 per cent of Croatian citizens have a Facebook profile. The number of users in the country of the ...

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