Five interesting facts about the Croatian language:
- The Croatian language was first mentioned in the year 1275 in a document called “Istarski Razford”.
- Croatian Parliament passed the decision to make Croatian the official language in 1847 replacing Latin.
- The Croatian alphabet has 30 letters.
- The word ‘encyclopedia’ was first used 1559 by Pavao Skalić from Zagreb (capital of Croatia).
- The word ‘Paprika’ was transferred into many European languages in its original form and not translated.
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