Sunday, 26 January 2020

Croatia

Croatia has a new President and around the world Croatians voted yesterday. In neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former president, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, won an amazing 92.3 percent of the votes…
With nearly all of the ballots counted, former Prime Minister and centre-left candidate Zoran Milanovic won 52.7 percent of the votes, while the incumbent conservative president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, with 47.3…
During 2019, Split was visited by 944,000 tourists who realized 2.75 million overnight stays, an increase of nine percent in both arrivals and overnight stays, announced the Split Tourist Board.…
The real estate market in Croatia is returning to pre-crisis levels and the volume of trading and the number of transactions are accelerating, according to a report in the newspaper…
Croatia is today for its fifth president and the early indicators show a strong turnout of voters at all voting booths throughout the country. According to official information 18.87 percent…
As of January 1, Rijeka, Croatia and Galway, Ireland hold the prestigious European Capital of Culture title. “Thanks to their title of European Capital of Culture, Rijeka and Galway will…
The voting booths across the country opened this morning 7:00am for the Croatian Presidential elections. Current president, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, and SDP candidate and former Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, go head…

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