Discover Croatia through 7 unique facts

dulichkhamphacroatia4-1531711065Croatia through the introduction of Luka Modric and his teammates. Playing in the town where Luka Modric spawned or explored Mario Mandzukic’s Slavonia with fine food and wine, these are the interesting options for the Croatian trip.

Here are seven unique facts about the 2018 World Cup champion:

  • The country gains much of its sporting success but its “poor” public sports service

Not only famous for football stars, but Croatia also owns many famous names in the world such as Goran Ivanisevic – former professional tennis player, Janica Kostelic – the greatest ski skier of the time, Drazen Petrovic – famous basketball star who made Croatian sports in the international arena.

This impressive sport makes the world imagine a country full of facilities, great sites for professional athlete training. However, the fact that Croatia only has a few small stadiums in the country. Nearly every city in this Eastern European country has no public pool. Most schools in Croatia do not have adequate facilities for sports.du-lich-kham-pha-Croatia-7710-1531712033

  • People are not “salty” with tourists

The nature and value of the 1,244 islands are the pride of Croatia as well as the noteworthy thing with tourists around the world. Tourism accounts for more than 20% of Croatia’s GDP. With rare natural scenery, people of the world always expect Croatia as an ideal destination for tourists.

In many cities, many potential tourism development projects have been halted because of fears of disturbing the peaceful life of the people. The Croats felt that they would be happier if the tourists simply deposited envelopes for them and … at home.du-lich-kham-pha-Croatia-2-9091-1531712033.jpg

  • Experience the unique Game of Thrones tour

The Dalmatian Sea in the ancient city of Zadar is home to many classic movies of the hit series Game of Thrones. It is in this city in the Roman era that international visitors will have the opportunity to experience unique tours inspired by the film itself.

Tourists are fans of the Game of Thrones. There are two options for exploring Dubrovnik, the Adriatic jade or Croatia’s oldest Split.du-lich-kham-pha-Croatia-3-8576-1531712033.jpg

You should be prepared for good health to explore the ancient architectural treasures of nearly 2,000 years, the Roman arena, the thousands of years old churches, ancient towns, oasis around the sea as beautiful as the dream. …

  • Where to invent the tie

This interesting fact only came to Croatia many new visitors to discover. The elegant tie combined with modern men’s shirts originates from the scarves of Croatian mercenaries from the 17th century.

Croatian people choose the 18th of October every year as the centenary of the birth of the tie. This unique device immediately attracted the French aristocracy and became a new fashion item in Paris and Europe.du-lich-kham-pha-Croatia-5-6073-1531712033.jpg

  • Honour famous writers even 50% of the population do not read books

Croatians are very proud of the famous writers in their country. Many places, streets and streets are named after Croatian writers. But in the latest research, nearly 50% of Croatians have not read a book in five years. This raises heated debates about the proposed reforms of education for Croatian students.

  • Own beach Zlatni Rat “transformed” by the wind

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Zlatni Rat beach is also known as Goldan Cape, located in Bol city, south of Brac island in Croatia. Between the golden sands surrounding the green pine forest, Zlani Rat beach attracts millions of tourists every year. The white crescent-shaped beach never retains its shape when it changes colour continuously in tides and weather. An erratic sea breeze can make this beach automatically “bend” into many unique shapes.

  • Not interested in science and education, Croatia stillbirth many world-famous scientists

During their long journey, Croatian scientists have contributed to humanity’s many inventions. Although most of these scientists have to study and study abroad. Nikola Tesla, born in Croatia, has also devoted his life to science. The inventor was in America during his study and research.

In the 21st century, Croatian scientists also have to export to accumulate knowledge and experience, to gain more success in their field. In Croatia, the state budget cuts much for education. People are still waiting for the education reform program under consideration to be adopted by the new government.

 

The next thing that you need to know when visiting this country is to accompany me to the next blog.

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