Croatian may refer to:

  • Croatia
  • Croats, people from Croatia, or of Croatian descent
  • Croatian language
  • Croatian cuisine

Other articles related to "croatian":

Ivan Kukuljević Sakcinski
... Ivan Kukuljević Sakcinski (May 29, 1816 – August 1, 1889) was a Croatian historian, politician and writer ... Most famous for the first speech delivered in Croatian before the Parliament, this patriot and cultural figure did some pioneering work in Croatian historiography and ...
Ivan Šimonović - Biography
... Šimonović joined Croatian diplomacy after the break-up of Yugoslavia ... Foreign Minister Mate Granić during the 1990s, although he never joined the ruling party, the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) ... In 1997, Croatian President Franjo Tuđman named him ambassador to the United Nations ...
... Hvar ( local Croatian dialect Hvor or For, Greek Pharos, Φαρος, Latin Pharia, Italian Lesina) is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, located off the Dalmatian ... The island has 11,103 residents, making it the 4th most populated of the Croatian islands ...
Druga HNL
... The Croatian Second Football League (Croatian Druga hrvatska nogometna liga or commonly Druga HNL or 2.HNL) is the second highest football league in Croatia ... of the Yugoslav Second League and it is operated by the Croatian Football Federation ... and 2005–06 season, the league was split in two divisions, one being the Northern Croatian Second League and the other being the Southern Croatian Second League ...
Istrian Exodus - History - Slavs Under Italian Fascist Rule
... high school in Voloska (1918), the closure of the Slovenian and Croatian primary schools and the exile of some distinguished Croats and Slovenians to Sardinia and to other places in Italy ... In Istria the use of Croatian and Slovene languages in the administration and in the courts had already been restricted during the occupation (1918–1920) ... of the Julian March prohibited the use of Croatian and Slovene in the administration, whilst their use in law courts was forbidden by Royal decree on 15 October 1925 ...