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Kuna (HRK) is the currency in Croatia

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    100 lipa

The kuna is the currency used in Croatia. It was introduced in June 1994 following a reformation and replaced the Croatian dinar. Kuna means marten in Croatian and many other languages in the area. The name was chosen because of the fact that marten pelts was used as value in medieval trading.

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Croatia is located in southeastern Europe and was part of Yugoslavia. The country is a democratic parliamentary republic. Tourism is an important part of the country's economy.

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