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Popular tourist destination
Croatia has become a very popular destination – everyone wants to see the waterfalls, visit the islands, sail in the Adriatic Sea and go to Dubrovnik (yes, I’m talking to you Game of Thrones fans!). Dubrovnik, also known as “the pearl of the Adriatic Sea”, is a very famous place to visit in Croatia, as well as the Makarska region located in central Dalmatia. Also, Split, a city that is known for the Diocletian palace, the beautiful Marjan forest and the Ultra Europe Festival that happens every July. The north of Croatia is equally charming and attractive; it comprises the capital Zagreb, the agricultural fields of Slavonia (eastern part of the country) and the beautiful Istria region (the largest peninsula in the Adriatic, where the cities of Pula and Rovinj are located).Mariana Frutuoso
The views of Rovinj
A small town, shining from the Istrian peninsula took my heart a long time ago. I have been visiting Rovinj since I was seven months old. The photo where my dad holds me up as a baby has always been my favorite and it was taken in Rovinj. Call it a faith!Maya The Storyteller
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