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U.S & U.K World’s Most Powerful Passports – Where is Croatia’s Ranked?

IMAGE1Able to enter 147 countries without a visa, the U.S. and UK passports are the most powerful in the world…

A study by financial firm Arton Capital has revealed which passports carry the most clout at boarders around the world. In joint 1st spot were the U.S and U.K passports with visa-free entry into 147 countries. Just behind those two, with visa-free entry into 145 countries, were the French, South Korean, and German passports.

The Croatian passport was ranked 19th on the list, with its citizens able to travel visa-free into 124 countries. The lowest ranked passports included Palestinian Territories, South Sudan, Myanmar and Solomon Islands.

Passport Rankings and number of visa-free countries:
1. U.S – 147
1. U.K – 147
2. France – 145
2. South Korea – 145
2. Germany – 145
3. Italy – 144
3. Sweden – 144
4. Denmark – 143
4. Singapore – 143
4. Finland – 143
4. Japan – 143
4. Luxembourg – 143
4. Netherlands – 143
5. Switzerland – 142
6. Spain – 141
6. Norway – 141
6. Ireland – 141
6. Belgium – 141
6. Portugal – 141
7. Canada – 140
7. Greece – 140
7. Austria – 140
7. Malaysia – 140
8. New Zealand – 139
9. Czech Republic – 138
9. Australia – 138
9. Hungary – 138
10. Poland – 137
10. Slovakia – 137

19. CROATIA – 124

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