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[PHOTO] This is How Croatia’s New Licence Plates Will Look

tableCroatia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs have selected the new licence plate design which will be rolled out for all vehicles in Croatia from 1 July 2015…

Nikola Đurek’s design (above) has been selected after the Ministry earlier published three winning designs from 59 which were submitted. Each of the 128 towns in Croatia are likely to initialized on the new plate also (first two letters). The new plate design has drawn mixed reactions on social networks, with the removal of the Croatian coast of arms upsetting many.

The new plates will come into effect on 1 July and the Ministry expect the old plates will be totally phased out in the next 10 years.

Current plates

Current plates



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