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Croatia

Map of Croatia Figures are unclear since independence from Yugoslavia and the following war, but three similar southern Slavic languages can be found in Croatia: Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian. The main difference between these languages is that Croatian and Bosnian use the Roman alphabet, while Serbian uses the Cyrillic script. For political reasons, deliberate attempts have been made to highlight and create distinctions between the languages.

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