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    Croatia Research Paper

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    Croatia has a wide variety of culture including different scripts, languages, music styles and periods of art. To begin with language, There official language Croatian is also spoken by Croats (another way to say Croatia) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Montenegro Romania and Italy. However, not all of Croatia speaks Croatian; three dialects spoken include Slovakian, Kajkavian and Cakasion. Croatian 8th to 16th century medieval literature was the start of writing and books

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    History of Football in Croatia Valeri 2 In the late 19th century football was popularized in Croatia by Franjo Bučar. When the beautiful game first came into play, its Croatian name was ‘Nogomet’. The earliest clubs in Croatia were founded before World War I. Some clubs included HASK and PNISK in 1903, Hajduk and Gradanski in 1911. The Croatian Football Federation was founded in 1912. After World War I, the

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    Architects as Managers of Change in Croatia Transition in a social sense is a change from one system into another. Globally, the modernist paradigm changed to the post-modern with the disappearance of central authorities, universal dogmas and foundational ethics. The post-modern world introduced fragmentation, instability, indeterminacy and insecurity. Architectural responses to these conditions occurred as a 'semantic nightmare' of the post-modern discourse and/or the attempted completion of

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    Zagreb, Croatia

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    SUBJECT: ZAGREB, CROATIA Welcome to one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe, Zagreb! Although located in a country plagued by war, it offers safety, a strong history, and many tourism destinations. It is considered to be “the focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce and industry as well” in Croatia. HISTORY: Originally a “suburb of the ancient Roman town of Andautonia”, the Mongols invaded it in 1242. It became an important city of Croatia and Slovenia, which at the present

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    I: Background After the Second World War, the Balkan states of Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia and Slovenia joined the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia. Years later, in 1980, after the untimely death of Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito, the growing nationalism and patriotism among the different Yugoslav people threatened to split their still fragile union apart. This process reached a tipping point in the mid-1980s during the rise of the former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic

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    through that process step by step, so for example; if we plan to open some tourist agency, the first thing we gone do is, to check the geographic area for that kind a job, of course there is no sense to open a tourist agency somewhere in central Croatia in some village. Every person who entering at that kind of a job will think about to open that agency somewhere on the Dalmatian coast, or probably in some bigger city. Globalization, removing state barriers, attenuation of state sovereignty, creating

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    Bosnian Genocide - Failure of the West?

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    failure of the West since the 1930s." (thehistoryplace.com). After World war I, the western allies created Yugoslavia out of historic enemies including Croatia, Serbia, and Albania. Later, during World War II, Yugoslavia was invaded by Nazi Germany. During this occupation, Josip Broz Tito united conflicted Yugoslavia, thus combining Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, and the independent provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina. Tito was a communist, and a strong leader who, “maintained

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    2.3. Balkan media between politics and economy Several concepts and their correlation determined this topic. Mass media, as intermediaries in the process of mass communication, become the economic organizations and their corporate character growth stronger as well as market position and invested capital. At the same time, the media are structural element of public sphere and an institutional framework for the promotion of opinions, attitudes - ideas, the scene of political influence, often coupled

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    The Croatian War of Independence

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    between 1990-1995, the war started when Croatia declared their independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The Serbians had control over the Yugoslavian People’s Army as well as cooperative local Serbian forces. Croatia intended to break away from Yugoslavia to become an independent country, while Serbians living in Croatia, supported the Yugoslavian war efforts. They combated the withdrawal that Croatia wanted because they wanted Croatia to stay under the control of Yugoslavia

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    the most known Croatian places all over the world. Millions of tourists visit Croatia every year and most of them are thrilled with natural and historical beauties of our country and they usually come back next year. Lately, our beautiful country should be called Absurdistan. Here is a travel brochure about old/new country and starving self-destructive socio-cultural group – Croats. Poverty An average family in Croatia lives on the edge of poverty. More than 330 thousands Croats are unemployed. It

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