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Croatia: two decades on reveals a very different country
by Robin McKelvie
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11 November 2012
On 11 November 2012 Scotsman.com reported:
Croatia has changed dramatically for the better since the Homeland War of the early 1990s. Writer Robin McKelvie compares his experiences from visiting the country then -- rocket attacks, sirens, and khaki-clad troops -- to now -- tourists flocking to see Croatia's environmental beauty and culture. At journey's end he states, 'I leave Croatia's continent behind with memories of gunfire and grenades replaced by whooping rafters and goggle-eyed tourists appreciating one of the most scenic corners of Europe.'
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