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Croatia Sends EU ‘Longest Christmas Card in the World’

BozicCroatia will wish the European Union a Merry Christmas by sending the ‘longest Christmas card in the world’ to their Strasbourg headquarters..

Croatian President Ivo Josipović was among thousands to sign the 100-metre-long greeting card on Saturday, as he praised the idea of sending the card as the EU’s newest member. The card was designed by young Croatia artist Petar Dugandžić with the idea coming from Aleksandar Kovačević. Over 1,000 children throughout Croatia helped with art work for the card which will be sent from Zagreb on Monday.

The card will be displayed in the Croatian village at the World’s oldest Christmas Markets in France.

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