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Greetings From Dalmatia: Endless Croatian Summer

The whole of Croatia has been basking in summer like weather this weekend as temperatures in Croatia reached an unseasonal 27 degrees in some parts of the country today.

Those lucky enough to be on the Dalmatian coast made the most of the warm temperatures as beaches up and down the coast saw an influx of sun-bathers and swimmers on Saturday. The sea temperature in the Dalmatian town of Zadar measured 21 degrees.

T-shirts and shorts were the order of the day in the north of the country also as locals from the capital Zagreb filled city parks to enjoy the weather which does not look like it will end much time soon. Weather experts have forecasted the fine spell to continue through the most part of next week.

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