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[PHOTO] Reason for Brad Pitt’s Visit to Croatia Revealed

Brad Pitt stayed at D-Resort in Šibenik (photo credit: D-Resort Šibenik)

Brad Pitt stayed at D-Resort in Šibenik (photo credit: D-Resort Šibenik)

More information about Brad Pitt’s visit to Croatia has come to light on Friday. The renowned Hollywood movie star is not only in Croatia on holiday, but he has also come for business, RTL reports…

The 52-year-old arrived yesterday in Croatia and spent time in Zablaće near the Dalmatian coastal town of Šibenik.

Pitt was in a group of around 10 people, including architect Nikola Bašić. The Legends of the Fall and Fight Club star is set to invest in the construction of luxury villas in partnership with Swiss investors in Zablaće, RTL exclusively reveals. The 1.5 billion euros-mega project, which has been in the pipeline for a number of years, will see luxury villas, shops, a hotel and golf-course built in Zablaće.

Pitt spent time on Thursday evening strolling around Šibenik after taking in some nearby sites, including Šibenik cathedral. He was a guest at D-Resort in Šibenik who published a photo on their Facebook page on Friday.

Pitt, who has arrived without wife Angelina Jolie, took a sail to Zadar and Biograd na moru on Friday before flying out to France from Zadar airport.

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