Fact #1 - 101 Dalmatians
The dog breed Dalmatians comes from Croatia. To be precise, they come from the Dalmatian region, hence their name.
Fact #2 - Currency
The currency in Croatia is Kuna because in former times it was paid with marten skins. Kuna means marten in Croatian.
Fact #3 - Natural wonder
Almost 10 percent of Croatia consists of nature parks, national parks, and nature reserves. So you can explore a lot.
Fact #4 - pure sunshine
Croatia has an average of 2715 hours of sunshine per year. This means they have more sunshine than Sydney in Australia.
Fact #5 - On the move
The beach "Golden Horn" consists of many pebbles changing its shape depending on current and wind.
Fact #6 - The White House
The White House is known all over the world. The stones with which it was built come from the Croatian island Brač.
Fact #7 - Detached
The southernmost part of the country is separated from the rest of Croatia by a three-kilometer wide strip belonging to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Fact #8 - Archipelago Sea
Croatia has 1,246 islands of which only 47 are permanently inhabited. The largest islands are Cres, Krk, and Brač
Fact #9 - The smallest city in the world
The title "Smallest city in the world" may be given to the place Hum. No less than 30 people are living in this cosmopolitan city.
Fact #10 - Tie
The Croatians invented the tie, which used to be part of the uniforms of the Croatian army.