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Traffic was busy, with queues in some places up to 2 kilometers long, on all roads leading to the Adriatic coast on Friday as Croatians made the most of the 4-day holiday weekend in the country and escaped to the sea, writes website dalje.com.
Croatians mark Anti-Fascism Day on Friday 22nd June, which commemorates the founding of the first armed antifascist forces in Croatia and occupied Europe during World War II, whilst on Monday 25 June the country celebrates Statehood Day.
Croatians also used the extended weekend holiday to head to the Adriatic coast and get some relief from the extreme heat as a heatwave engulfs the country. Temperatures in some parts of the country were expected to reach close to 40 degress on Friday.
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