The Republic of Croatia is a unitary democratic parliamentary republic located in Europe at the crossroads of Central Europe, the Balkans and the Mediterranean. Its capital is Zagreb. Outside the capital is divided into 20 administrative regions. The area of the country is; 56,538 km2. Neighbors include; Croatia by sea and neighboring by Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Italy by land..
Cities in Croatia
Croatia phone code: +385
Croatian currency: Croatian Kuna
Zagreb, Osijek, Varazdin, Gospic, Bjelovar, Dubrovnik, Hvar, Opatija Zagreb
The Croatian economy is based on two main pillars; agriculture and industry. In many countries there was a rapid progress in the economy after World War II and positive developments in the Croatian industry. While the pre-war subsistence was based on agriculture and cattle fattening, after the war, the industry developed rapidly. The oil extracted from various parts of the country is operated. Capital City Zagreb is an important industrial center. Woven in Varazdin and Karlovak, food in Petrinija and Koprivnica, iron-steel in Sisak, and chemical industries in Kutina. Consisting of large plains, Slovenia is a rich agricultural region that includes large agglomerations of agricultural industries. Ship transport and tourism are important income sources.
Croatia’s Export Products
Refined Petroleum, Packaged Medicines, Electrical Transformers, Electric and Lumber are in Wood.
Croatia’s Imports Products
There are Automobiles, Crude Oil, Packaged Drugs, Electrical and Human or Animal Blood.
Countries Exported by Croatia
Slovenia, Italy, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Austria.
Croatia’s Imports Countries
Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Austria and Hungary.
Nations Living in Croatia
Croats constitute 75% of the country's population. Serbs constitute 12%.
Croatian’s Spoken Languages
Official language is Croatian. German and English are also spoken.