Croatia is a Central European country bordering Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. With a population of over 4 million people, it is the 28th most populous country in the European Union. The capital and largest city is Zagreb, with a population of 792,617.
Croatia has a long and rich history dating back to the 7th century when the Croats first arrived in the area. Since then, the country has been through a lot of changes, most notably its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991.
Today, Croatia is a member of the European Union and NATO and is known for its beautiful coastline and stunning medieval architecture. The country is also becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination, with over 18 million visitors in 2016.
So whether you're looking for a relaxing beach holiday or a cultural city break, Croatia has something to offer everyone.
102.10 billion US dollars
Yugoslavian Convertible Dinar (1990–1992)
Yugoslavian Hard Dinar (1966–1990)