The summer of 2016 is the 25th since Croatia declared independence from Yugoslavia.
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The summer of 2016 is the 25th since Croatia declared independence from Yugoslavia. The country has cast off the shadow of armed conflict in the early 1990s to become a member of the European Union and has evolved into one of the continent’s tourism hotspots. The walled city of Dubrovnik is now a popular destination for excursions among cruise passengers, the Istrian coast charms sun-seekers and Zagreb, the nation’s capital, has much for discerning travellers.
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