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Old June 24th, 2008, 08:45 PM   #61
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Za 4 dana idem na jedrenje (iz Zadra na ukrcavanje u Priko, iskrcavanje u Zaglavu i hidrogliserom natrag u Zadar) a pitanje se glasi: gdje je najbolje parkirati u Zadru za 4 dana? Dali se može parkirati u marini (onoj preko puta trajektnog pristaništa)?
U svakoj marini imaš parkiralište za mušterije!
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Old June 25th, 2008, 11:00 PM   #62
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yes!
But i dont wanna sleep there. Just come there in the morning and leave in the late afternoon or evening and be back in Split in like the evening?
Is that possible?

Its just that its 2-4 hours so i figured!
It is doable, take an early bus though.

Not sure abt your schedule – why coming back to Split? You have no intention to go to Dubrovnik? If you plan to go more south, than go Split – Mostar – Dubrovnik (don’t go back to Split).
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Old August 14th, 2008, 06:01 PM   #63
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Question and Answer Board!

This thread is to educate/inform visitors about Croatia.

What is the local name of Croatia?
What is the size of Croatia's population?
What is the size of Croatia's geographic area?
Which countries border Croatia?
How many islands does Croatia have?
What is tallest mountain peak in Croatia?
What is the longest river in Croatia?
What is the lowest point in Croatia?
Who is the prime minister of Croatia?
Who is the president of Croatia?
Is Croatia a member of the EU?
Is Croatia a member of NATO?
What is the Croatian GDP per capita (PPP)?
What is tallest Office tower in Zagreb, Split, Rijeka and Osijek?
What are the latest projects around Croatia?
How many km of motorways will Croatia have by the end of 2008?
What are some other interesting facts about Croatia?

And many more questions visitors can ask in this thread.

Thread is to inform and educate all those who know very little about Croatia, but wish to learn more.

This thread is not about politics or who did what, this thread is here to inform and interact with all those who wish to learn more about Croatia.

Language of this thread is English and English only?



You can ask questions on this thread, and hopefully Croatian formers will answer to any of your questions.
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Old August 14th, 2008, 08:33 PM   #64
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What is the local name of Croatia?
What is the size of Croatia's population?
What is the size of Croatia's geographic area?
Which countries border Croatia?
How many islands does Croatia have?
What is tallest mountain peak in Croatia?
What is the longest river in Croatia?
What is the lowest point in Croatia?
Who is the prime minister of Croatia?
Who is the president of Croatia?
Is Croatia a member of the EU?
Is Croatia a member of NATO?
What is the Croatian GDP per capita (PPP)?
What is tallest Office tower in Zagreb, Split, Rijeka and Osijek?
What are the latest projects around Croatia?
How many km of motorways will Croatia have by the end of 2008?
What are some other interesting facts about Croatia?
  1. Croatia is known as 'Hrvatska' in Croatian.
  2. Croatia is home to around 4.5 million inhabitants.
  3. Croatia is 56.540 km˛ large (somewhat larger than the Netherlands, somewhat smaller than Hungary)
  4. Croatia shares a border with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia's northern Vojvodina province, Bosnia and Hercegovina, and Montenegro, as well as a direct sea border with Italy.
  5. about 1.185 islands lie in Croatian waters and, about 60 of which are inhabited.
  6. The tallest mountain peak in Croatia is Dinara, at 1831m.
  7. The river with the longest length within the Croatian territory is the Sava river, closely followed by the Drava, both of which converge with the Danube, which runs in eastern Croatia.
  8. The lowest point in Croatia is the Adriatic Sea, at 0m.
  9. Ivo Sanader is the prime minister of Croatia.
  10. Stjepan Mesić is the president of Croatia.
  11. No, Croatia is not yet an EU member, but will likely accede to the bloc as early as 1.5.2010, or more likely 1.1.2011.
  12. Croatia is joining NATO in April of 2009.
  13. The Croatian GDP per capita (PPP) for 2008 totals about $19.350 (revised upwards by 15.8% from 2008 CIA figures with new methodology from Croatian National Bank in Jan. 2009).
  14. Refer to each city's specific construction thread(s).
  15. Croatia will have completed about 1.200 km of motorways by the end of May 2009.
  16. Refer to the Projects and Development subforum.

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Old August 14th, 2008, 08:37 PM   #65
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Old August 17th, 2008, 02:53 AM   #66
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Old August 22nd, 2008, 11:01 AM   #67
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Hello! I would like to ask a question, what it the actual official average salary in Croatia and in Zagreb? Thank you very much in advance
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Old August 22nd, 2008, 11:19 AM   #68
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AVERAGE NET EARNINGS

In May 2008 the average monthly net earning per person in employment in legal entities in the Republic of Croatia amounted to 5 174 kuna. (about 720 e)

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Old August 22nd, 2008, 11:20 AM   #69
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In May 2008 the average monthly net earning per person in employment in legal entities in the Republic of Croatia amounted to 5 174 kuna. (about 720 e)

Sounds nice, and what about gross earnings? What about Zagreb?
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Ten prešporský zámok pekný murovaný — čudujú sa z neho na Dunaj tí páni,
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Tí nádherní páni pilnú radu majú, že oni povestný Dunaj zahatajú;
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Old August 22nd, 2008, 11:22 AM   #70
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In May 2008 the average monthly gross earning per person in employment in legal entities in the Republic of Croatia amounted to 7 625 kuna. about 1 060 e

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Old August 22nd, 2008, 11:27 AM   #71
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In May 2008 the average monthly gross earning per person in employment in legal entities in the Republic of Croatia amounted to 7 625 kuna. about 1 060 e

Heh, pretty good, it is something like the average in Bratislava. Do you have the stats for Zagreb? I think it should be even 50 or more percent higher.
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Ten prešporský zámok pekný murovaný — čudujú sa z neho na Dunaj tí páni,
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Tí nádherní páni pilnú radu majú, že oni povestný Dunaj zahatajú;
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Heh, pretty good, it is something like the average in Bratislava. Do you have the stats for Zagreb? I think it should be even 50 or more percent higher.
no ..

"Prosječna neto plaća isplaćena tijekom lipnja za mjesec svibanj u Zagrebu iznosila je 6.151 kunu"

so this is 6 151 kuna net,about 850 e
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Old August 22nd, 2008, 10:05 PM   #73
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Gross should be around 9000 kn (1250-1300 €)
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Gross should be around 9000 kn (1250-1300 €)
this sounds about right
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Thank you very much. I just wonder that with higher salaries than we have in Slovakia, Croatia has lower GDP per capita, both nominal and PPP.
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Tí nádherní páni pilnú radu majú, že oni povestný Dunaj zahatajú;
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...and a lower purchase power index
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Old August 23rd, 2008, 01:07 PM   #77
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...and a lower purchase power index
Yep, everything is expensive in Croatia At least you can go for a cheap holidays to Slovakia
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Ten prešporský zámok pekný murovaný — čudujú sa z neho na Dunaj tí páni,
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Tí nádherní páni pilnú radu majú, že oni povestný Dunaj zahatajú;
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Old August 23rd, 2008, 02:51 PM   #78
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I've already thought about that.... and Slovakia is so close!
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Yep, everything is expensive in Croatia
yah, out prices are between 10 and 12% too high... it's inhibiting growth from being like in Slovakia. What was your real growth last year, like 10.4%? Ours was 6.2% or so... not bad but not exactly 10.4% either

hats off to Slovakia though, over 10% REAL GDP growth is quite a feat
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yah, out prices are between 10 and 12% too high... it's inhibiting growth from being like in Slovakia. What was your real growth last year, like 10.4%? Ours was 6.2% or so... not bad but not exactly 10.4% either

hats off to Slovakia though, over 10% REAL GDP growth is quite a feat
Yes, our economy is quite fast because of the last government, but it is slowing down slowly... We do not expect so high growth in the future, cause our prime minister of actual dumb government stopped all the reforms and is doing nothing for keeping the growth

edit: anyway, I would love to know how do you build the highways so fast. You have completed the hundreds of kilometers of highways per year, we complete a few km per year and still do not have completed the main highway between Bratislava and Košice
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