1 Dinar, 1991

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Front: Rudjer Boskovic (1711-1787), Mathematician, astronomer and philosopher

Back: Zagreb cathedral


Zagreb cathedral

Zagreb cathedral

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5 Kuna, 1993

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Front: Frank Krsto Frankopan (1625-1671) and Petar Zrinski (1621-1671), Croatian patriots

Back: Fortress in Varazdin


Fortress in Varazdin

Fortress in Varazdin

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50 Kuna, 1993

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Front: Ivan Gundulic (1589-1638), Croatian Baroque poet

Back: Aerial view of old Dubrovnik


Serbian Republic - Krajina
50,000,000,000 Dinara, 1993

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20 Kuna, 2001

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Front: Josip Jelacic (1801-1859), ban of Croatia 1848-1859

Back: Castle of Count Eltz (Eltz Manor) in Vukovar

Eltz Manor was originally built between the period of 1749 to 1751 by the House of Eltz and was gradually extended over time.

The manor suffered a great deal of damage during the Croatian War of Independence. It is now owned by the Vukovar City Museum.


Castle of Count Eltz

Castle of Count Eltz

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10 Kuna, 2004
Commemorates 10th Anniversary of the National Bank

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Front: Juraj Dobrila (1812-1882), bishop of the Porec-Pula region 1857-1875, and bishop of the Trieste-Koper region 1875-1882

Back: Pula Arena in Pula

The Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers and with all three Roman architectural orders entirely preserved. It was constructed in 27 BC-68 AD and is among the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the World.


Pula Arena

Pula Arena

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Croatia, bounded by Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and the Adriatic Sea, was part of Yugoslavia. It declared independence in 1991. Shortly afterward, local Serbian forces proclaimed the area around Knin independent Serbian Krajina. Croatian forces overran the Serbian controlled area in 1995.

In the 1993 currency reform, Dinar was replaced by Kuna which is currently pegged to Euro.

For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Croatia.




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