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Sights of Split, Croatia

Sights of Split, Croatia

As the capital of the County of Split-Dalmatia, the city of Split has endured for many centuries. According to 800Zipcodes, the city’s location on the Adriatic Sea and as the main port of Dalmatia has done no harm. The city grew rapidly, especially around the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. The trade route, of which Split was part, was well visited and the nobleman Marko Marulic also made the city known. He is considered the father of Croatian literature. The Croatian…

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Study in Croatia

Study in Croatia

With nearly 1,800 kilometers of cliffs and coastline and more than a thousand islands, Croatia is one of the best-preserved stretches of the Mediterranean coast. Yet there is much diversity in this small European country, with mountain ranges spreading south of the Alps, idyllic hills to the north and fertile plains to the east. The capital Zagreb is a prime example of Central European identity, with its wonderful parks and architecture reminiscent of its Austro-Hungarian past. Historical monuments from Romanesque…

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Croatia Education

Croatia Education

Training Up to 1991, when Croatia belonged to Yugoslavia, the country had been characterized by a socialist social system, though with an economic system that was largely governed by market principles. In 1945–58 the compulsory school consisted of classes 1–7 and then increased by another year (1–8). The training was mainly vocational preparation. After independence, Croatia’s education system was reformed. A2zdirectory: Describes prehistory and early history of Croatia. Includes history from colony to an independent nation. Since 2010, the school…

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