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Cafes Around Croatia to Give Free Coffee for a Poem

Poem or thought for a free coffee

Poem or thought for a free coffee

Poems will be the accepted currency at a number of cafes across Croatia later this month…

On March 21 2016 poems will be the accepted currency at selected cafes across Croatia…

Croatia will once again be one of over 20 countries taking part in the Julius Meinl pay with a poem initiative to celebrate International Poetry Day on 21 March 2016. Free coffee will be served all day at more than 250 cafes across Croatia to those who are prepared to come up with a poem, song, lyrics, thought or phrase written on a piece of paper.

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This will be the third year in row that Croatia has been involved in Julius Meinl’s international Poetry Project. To find out which cafes in Croatia and Europe will be taking part visit the official website event here.

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