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It is located in Gornji Grad (Upper Town), the old part of Zagreb.
“The year 2012 brought Croatia to the final phase of the EU accession process; the Treaty on Croatian EU accession was signed in December last year and Croatian citizens voted “yes” for Croatian EU membership on the referendum held on January 22nd. Following the ratification of the Accession Treaty in all member states, Croatia will become the 28th member state on July 1st 2013.” read more »— Vesna PusiŠ, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs
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“Can it be possible that a small country has on its territory 8 national parks, 10 nature parks and 2 strict reserves, 1,185 islands, solitary rocks and reefs... and all that on a mere 56,542 km2 of land surface area and a territorial sea area of 31,067 km2?” read more »
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