Located in the continent of Europe, Croatia covers 55,974 square kilometers of land and 620 square kilometers of water, making it the 128th largest nation in the world with a total area of 56,594 square kilometers.
Croatia became an independent state in 1991, after gaining its sovereignty from Yugoslavia. The population of Croatia is 4,480,043 (2012) and the nation has a density of 80 people per square kilometer.
The currency of Croatia is the Croatian Kuna (HRK). As well, the people of Croatia are refered to as Croatian.
The dialing code for the country is 385 and the top level internet domain for Croatian sites is .hr.
To learn more, visit our detailed Croatia section.
|Density||80.0 / km2 ( 207.3 / mi2 )|
|Capital||Zagreb (Grad Zagreb)|
|GDP||57,222,574,023 (2014 data)|
|GDP per Capita||12,773 (2014 data)|
|Land Area||55,974 km2 (21,612 mi2)|
|Water Area||620 km2 (239 mi2)|
|Neighbouring Countries||Montenegro, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia And Herzegovina, Slovenia|
What is the capital of Croatia?
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia. It has a population of 698,966, and is located on a latitue of 45.81 and longitude of 15.98.
Zagreb is also the political center of Croatia, which is considered a Republic, and home to its Ceremonial head of state.
Quick Facts About Zagreb, the Capital Of Croatia
|Elevation||135 meters over sea level|
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|#1||Zagreb - Centar||800,000|
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