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Croatian Finishes 2nd at Mrs Multiverse in Dominican Republic

Attractive Croatian Maja Gović Curavić has been named as the 1st runner-up in the Mrs. Multiverse International beauty pageant held in Punta Cana in The Dominican Republic on Saturday night. Gović Curavić, who hails from Šibenik on the Dalmatian coast, finished behind the eventual winner Asselina Kuchukova from Kazahkstan. The Mrs. Multiverse contestants must be between the ages of 20 – 35, can be single, married, divorced, widowed and also allowed to have children. Gović Curavić is a maths teacher and mother of  a little girl – Angelina.

Maja Gović Curavić (far right) enjoying a bit of down time at the pageant in the Dominican Republic

Maja Gović Curavić (far right) enjoying a bit of down time at the pageant in the Dominican Republic

 

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