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A photo exhibition organised by the Japanese embassy titled 'Thank you Croatia', has opened in the northern Croatian city of Varazdin.
The exhibition has been organised in all 150 countries where there is a Japanese embassy and is to thank everyone for the help which Japan received after the destructive earthquake which hit the country in 2011. Photographs at the exhibition show the status immediately after the earthquake hit and the tidal wave which followed, and also the same places one year after.
"Japan had one of its biggest disasters in its history last year. Croatia sent us help and the solidarity and support of the Croatian people gave those in the worst parts of Japan the courage to move on. With this exhibition we want to thank the Croatian people for everything they did for us," said the Japanese ambassador to Croatia Masaru Tsuji.
The exhibition will be on show in 11 cities all over Croatia and will be held until 20 July, reports website dalje.com.
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