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Over 300 Centurions In Croatian Capital

 

Meat instead of fruit and vegetables. That is the key to longevity according to Croatia’s latest centurion Dragica Kolak. Zagreb’s Mayor Milan Bandic visited Kolak to personally congratulate her on her millstone and brought her a bouquet of flowers and basket of fruit, writes portal Index.hr.

According to statistics, in the Croatian capital there are around 300 people over the age of 100 still alive. Kolak also had some words of wisdom for the Zagreb Mayor. She told Bandic that if wants a long life then he needs to do as much as he can for his people.

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