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Bank to Open Time Capsule in 100 Years

CroatiaTo celebrate 100 years of doing business in Croatia, Zagrebačka banka are giving citizens the opportunity to place anything they wish in a time capsule which will not be opened for another 100 years…

Zagrebačka banka are giving citizens the chance from 17 April to 17 July to place any items, from photos to jewellery to messages, inside a time capsule that the bank will safeguard for the next 100 years. Those who open a time capsule do not necessarily have to be clients of the bank, and everyone who does chose to open one will be sent a certificate of verification. That certificate will need to be produced when they capsules are open in 2114.

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