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The World’s Biggest Eye Contact Experiment Happening in Croatia

Only one minute looking into someone’s eyes on Sunday 19 March will be enough to connect you with a complete stranger.

The Word’s Biggest Eye Contact Experiment, which will take place in 27 cities across 4 continents on 19 March 2017, is happening on Trg Ban Josip Jelačić in the Croatian capital Zagreb.

Organised by The Liberators International, it will be thefirst time the event will be held in Croatia. On Sunday 16 countries will take part, from Brazil and Argentina, across Europe, to Japan, China and Australia.

In an ever-increasing ‘online’ era, what is happening to human connections? Turn up to Zagreb’s main square from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on 19 March 2017 to find out.

Organisers say all one needs to bring is a smile and the right attitude to take part in this global happening.

Organisers of the Zagreb event are Monika Kun Smičić and Lora Topić.

“Bring a blanket and little pillow and you can realise a new experience along with making contact with new people by just looking them in the eye for one minute. See you on Sunday on Trg Ban Jelačić.”

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