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British Daily The Guardian Suggests Croatia As The Place To Go In 2013

 The promotion and advertisement of Croatia by the wold media just keeps rolling on. This time British national daily newspaper The Guardian have suggested to its readers that Croatia is an ideal destination for a holiday in 2013.

The popular newspaper has published an interactive holiday calendar, giving its readers three suggestions for each month of 2013.

The Guardian suggests its readers to go to Croatia’s spectacular coast and to the capital Zagreb in its picks for July. Check out the calendar here.

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