What is Croatia famous for?
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Croatia is well-known for its nature reserves and picturesque beaches, making it a top tourist destination. Croatia was also the first country in Europe to develop commercial resorts that cater to naturists.

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Croatia is a relatively small country, located in Southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Adriatic Sea. It has almost every type of geography imaginable, including coastlines, mountains, plains, highlands and islands. The country has many natural resources, including oil, calcium, natural asphalt and salt. Roman Catholicism is the most popular religion, and the biggest issue environmental issue the country faces is air pollution.

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