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Croatia's Quick Facts

Land Area 55,974 km2
Water Area 620 km2
Total Area 56,594 km2
Population 4,313,707
Population Density 76.22 / km2
Government Type Parliamentary Republic
GDP (PPP) $94.24 Billion
GDP Per Capita $22,400
Currency Kuna (HRK)
Largest Cities
  • Zagreb - Centar (800,000)
  • Zagreb (698,966)
  • Split (176,314)
  • Rijeka (141,172)
  • Osijek (88,140)
  • Zadar (71,258)
  • Slavonski Brod (60,742)
  • Pula (59,078)
  • Sesvete (52,411)
  • Karlovac (48,123)
Croatia Flag:
Flag of Croatia

The flag of Croatia was officially adopted on December 22, 1991.

The red, white and blue are traditional Croatian colors. The centered coat of arms was first used during World War II. The shields are from the arms of five of Croatia's regions, including Croatia, Dubrovnik, Dalmatia, Istria and Slavonia (left to right). The red and white checks are Croatian symbols.

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Croatia Coat of Arms:
Flag of Croatia

Croatia's coat of arms is a checkerboard shield, containing exactly 13 red and 12 silver squares. Above the shield rests five smaller shields symbolizing historical regions within Croatia.

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