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Croatia Travel Guide

Croatia Hotels

Croatia Travel Destinations
Zagreb Croatia
Dubrovnik Croatia
Opatija Croatia
Zadar Croatia
Alberi Croatia
Novi Vinodolski Croatia
Rab Island Croatia

Croatia Tourism:
Croatia World Heritage Sites
Palace of Diocletian
Old City of Dubrovnik
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Cathedral of St. James
Stari Grad
Euphrasian Basilica
City of Trogir


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Trip Holidays Croatia offers travel tips and information for top travel places and best destinations. We feature links, resources and large selection of budget airlines, chartered planes, sea cruises, ferries, travel agencies, land transports and attractions including beaches, medical tourism, retirement homes, historical and pilgrimage tours.


Independent Croatia

Croatia was internationally recognized on the January 15th, 1992, by the European Union and the United Nations, in a moment when it didn't have full sovereignty over more than 1/3rd of its territory. The first country to recognize Croatia was Iceland on December 19, 1991.

Circle of nationalistic violence which will destroy Yugoslavia has started with Albanian 1981 demands for Kosovo to be removed from Serbia and become a constituent republic inside Yugoslavia, Serbian nationalistic answer in 1986 and in the end with Croatian and Slovenian nationalism in 1989 after Serbia organized coups in Vojvodina, Kosovo and Montenegro.

Under influence of Slobodan Milošević propaganda it has lost importance who will be winner on first croatian multiparty elections in 50 years because during Serbian Petrova Gora meeting both croatian nationalist leader Franjo Tuđman and communist leader Ivica Račan are called croatian extremist. Electoral win of Franjo Tuđman has only more inflamed situation in Croatia with Serbs leaving Croatian parliament and creating Association of the municipalities of Northern Dalmatia and Lika in Knin which will latter become Republika Srpska Krajina. About events of 1990-92 Milan Babić president of Republika Srpska Krajina will latter declare that he has been "strongly influenced and misled by Serbian propaganda". In the end full scale rebelion will start in 1991 and it will last until Operation Storm in 1995 when leadership of Republika Srpska Krajina has given order that all population must leave Croatia and go toward Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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Croatia Travel Informations and Croatia Travel Guide
Croatia Early History - Kingdom of Croatia - Croatia in Personal Union with Hungary - Republic of Dubrovnik
Ottoman Wars - Croatia National Revival - Kingdom of Yugoslavia and World War II - Socialist Yugoslavia - Independent Croatia

Geography of Croatia - Croatia Countries / Map - Croatia Government & Politics - Croatia Law - Croatia Demographics
Croatia Economy - Croatia Infrastructure - Croatia Education - Croatia Culture - Croatia Sports
Croatia Ancient Heritage - Croatian Art - Croatian Cuisines

Croatia Tourist Places and Attractions
Croatia World Heritage Sites

Palace of Diocletian - Old City of Dubrovnik - Plitvice Lakes National Park - Cathedral of St. James
Stari Grad - Euphrasian Basilica - City of Trogir

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