What country does Croatia belong to
The Republic of Croatia is located in the southeast of Europe and is one of the Balkan states. Countries bordering Croatia are Slovenia to the northwest, Hungary to the north, Serbia to the northeast, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the east and Montenegro to the southeast. The national territory covers 56,000 square kilometers.
Croatia is thus about the same size as the federal states of Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate combined. There are just over 4 million people living there.
A special feature: in Croatia, there is an exclave in the very south, that is, an area that belongs to Croatia, but is separated by another country, in this case Bosnia and Herzegovina. This area is the region around the city of Dubrovnik.
Croatia has a coastline of 1,778 kilometres and more than 1,200 islands are located in front of the country. But only a few of them are inhabited. The largest Croatian islands are called Krk, Cres and Brač.
Croatia is divided into three larger landscape regions: on the one hand there is the coast of the Adriatic Sea with its many small and also larger islands. It can be further subdivided from north to south into the regions of Istria, Kvarner Bay and Dalmatia. The Adriatic coast is joined to the east by the Dinaric Mountains. To the north and northeast lies a lowland that belongs to the Pannonian Plain.
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