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What the Plaque!

This plaque was spotted in the picturesque Croatian town of Varaždin, demonstrating that you don’t have to be King Bela III, or a professional tennis player like Karolina Šprem to make it big in the town..

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The plaque was erected by Varaždin artist Ivan Mesek, in honour of the masses of people who have contributed to the history of the town, but have not be recognised in any way.

(Pic: Libris Media)

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