Croatia :by Wyatt
Name of the Country
The Capital of the Country
Geography of Croatia
The Location of Croatia (What Continent it's on and what Countries Surround it)
Major Landforms (physical features)
Major Landmarks (Human Geographic features)
What are some Major Bodies of Water Near Croatia
How does Croatia's Geography/Environment Effect the Citizen's Lives. Provide examples of Human Environment Interaction.
What Type of Government does Croatia Have.
How are the Leaders chosen in Croatia?
What type of clothing do people wear in Croatia?
Describe the Rights, Roles, and Responsibilities of the citizen's of Croatia
Is Croatia a Rich or Poor Nation? (what is there GPD)
What is Croatia's main export? (i.e., oil, crops,etc)
What is Coatia's life expectancy, birth rate, literacy rate, and drinking water source.
What is the main language of Croatia?
What is the main religion type of Croatia?
What is the most popular food in Croatia?
What is the General weather conditions of Croatia?
What is the average yearly rainfall?
What Effect does the climate have on the avalability of resources?
The Hundred Years' Croatian–Ottoman War (Croatian: Stogodišnji hrvatsko-turski rat, Stogodišnji rat protiv Turaka, Stogodišnji rat s Osmanlijama) is the name for a sequence of conflicts, mostly of relatively low-intensity, ("Small War", Croatian: Mali rat) between the Ottoman Empire and the medieval Kingdom of Croatia(ruled by the Jagiellon and Zápolya dynasties), and the later Habsburg Kingdom of Croatia.
Pope Leo X called Croatia the Antemurale Christianitatis in 1519, given that Croatian soldiers made significant contributions to the struggle against the Turks. The advancement of the Ottoman Empire in Europe was stopped in 1593 on Croatian soil (Battle of Sisak), which could be in this sense regarded as a historical gate of European civilization. Nevertheless the Muslim Ottoman Empire occupied most parts of Croatia from the 15th to the 19th centuries.