A Traveller's History of Croatia
An inside look at the complex roots of Croatian history--from the earliest time to the present--as well as the many influences visitors will see on its towns, ports, and islands. One definite conclusion can be drawn about Croatia in the early 21st century: it has established itself as one of the worlds most coveted tourist destinations. Maps and line drawings.
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CHAPTER TWO Roman Majesty and Slavic Migrations
CHAPTER THREE Medieval Croatia 8001526
CHAPTER FIVE The IIabsburg Century 18151918
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