Top 10 Davor Suker goals - YouTube
Dec 8, 2008 ... (ESP)Los 10 mejores goles en toda la carrera futbolística del gran jugador croata . (ENG) The 10 best goals in all the football career of this great ...
Gabi Novak
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Vjekoslav Klaić
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Hosea Jacobi
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Franjo Wölfl
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Rikard Jorgovanić
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Vid Morpurgo
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Morpurgo was born on 7 May 1838 in Split, Croatia to a...
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Dragutin Gorjanović-Kramberger
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Dragutin finished his elementary educat...
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Davor Šuker
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Tina Morpurgo
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Milivoj Ašner
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Nika Fleiss
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Vatroslav Lisinski
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Germans of Croatia
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Stephan Schulzer von Müggenburg
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Lionello Stock
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Born in Split on 16 December 1866 to Abramo and...
August Šenoa
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Ljudevit Gaj
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Gustav Lechner
Gustav Lechner (17 February 1913 – 5 February 1987) was a footballer who represented both the Yugoslavian and Croatian national sides.
Born in Osijek and nicknamed Lembika, he spent his early care...
Leopold Ružička
Leopold Ružička ForMemRS (13 September 1887 – 26 September 1976) was a Croatian born Swiss scientist and winner of the 1939 Nobel Prize in Chemistry who worked most of his life in Switzerland. He rece...
Jakob Graf zu Eltz
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Tomo in der Mühlen
Tomo Johannes in der Mühlen aka Tom Tom is a German-born music producer and DJ based in New York City and Zagreb.
Tomo Johannes in der Muhlen ( born in Braunschweig Germany, but lives in New Yo...
Lara Stock
Lara Stock (born 26 May 1992) is a Croatian chess player who has achieved the FIDE Woman Grandmaster title. She lives in Freiburg. Her mother is Croatian, her father is German.Her chess coach was Ognj...
Josip Scholz
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Radovan Fuchs
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