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New Years Eve Revellers Well-Behaved

SplitCroatia experienced peaceful New Year celebrations last night, as thousands braved chilling temperatures to attend outdoor celebrations around the country…

Police did not report any major incidents at events up and down Croatia as temperatures plummeted well below zero. The coldest temperature was recorded in the town of Slatina (-20), whilst it was -19 in Osijek. Pop star Severina entertained a large crowd of locals and tourists from mainly Austria, Italy and Germany in Poreč, whilst Davor Gobac, Aerodrom, Jura Stublić and others got the large crowd who turned up to Zagreb’s Ban Jelačić square going.
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A chilly night on the Dalmatian coast also didn’t stop thousands turning up to Split’s Riva to see Zorica Kondža, Marijan Ban and Siniša Vuco, whilst further up the coast in Rijeka legendary rockers Parni valjak warmed up the crowd. A large crowd, including thousands of tourists from all over the world, turned up in Dubrovnik to countdown into 2015 – with Toni Cetinski and Silente. Overall the well-organised events meant that the police and emergency staff had a quiet start to the year. (illustration/ Split TB)

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