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Croatia has been ranked among the top five destinations in the world to retire in, according to internet giant Yahoo.
The American multinational internet corporation has ranked the top five countries in the world for spending one's retirement years in, reports website dnevnik.hr, with Croatia, together with France, Italy, Ireland and Spain making up the top five.
"Although Croatia has an unusual and complicated history, the people are proudly open and friendly and it has incredibly beautiful nature," writes Yahoo, adding that the region of Istria has a surreal beauty.
"Wherever you look in Istria, something is growing, either olives, grapes, figs, tomatoes, pumpkins or blackberries," said Yahoo.
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