History of Croatia

Can you answer these questions about the history of Croatia?
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What country was Croatia part of from 1918–1991?
Yugoslavia
What footballer won the Ballon d'Or in 2018?
Luka Modrić
What group of people migrated to Croatia in the mid-6th century?
The Slavs
What walled city, formerly called Ragusa, is a World Heritage site?
Dubrovnik
What international body did Croatia join in 2013?
European Union
What four-letter city is home to the only remaining Roman amphitheater in the world to maintain its four side towers?
Pula
What Roman emperor built a palace in the city of Split?
Diocletian
What country did Croatia meet at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals?
France
What Shakespearean play was set in the ancient region of Illyria, which includes Croatia
Twelfth Night
Who served as the first President of Croatia between 1990–1999?
Franjo Tuđman
Of what type of Ancient Egyptian mythical creature were 12 statues brought to Split? Today only a black granite one remains.
Sphinx
What famous Serbian inventor was born in Smiljan, Croatia in 1856?
Nikola Tesla
By what empire's generals were the Croatian mercenaries recruited in the 17th century?
Habsburg Empire
What Croatian basketball player died in a car accident in 1993, at the age of 28?
Dražen Petrović
What piece of cloth is thought to have been first used by Croatian mercenaries during the Thirty Years' War?
Necktie
With what country was Croatia in a personal union between 1102–1526?
Hungary
The first example of what scary "ism" among Neanderthals came from Krapina, Croatia, in 1899?
Cannibalism
The founder of what small republic came from the island of Rab, Croatia?
San Marino
What Italian city controlled most of Croatia's coast in the Middle Ages?
Venice
What alphabet was preserved only by Croats between 12th–20th century, mostly in liturgy?
Glagolitic alphabet
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