Starting from October 8 of this year, the rare passengers have the opportunity to experience the practical implications of statehood at Slovenian-Croatian border It all started when the Slovenian policemen, standing in rain next to proudly hoisted flags, began to check travelers’ identity cards, search their cars and collect taxes. Despite the constant babbling about […]

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