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Is it true that the song "Town with No Cheer" by Tom Waits refers to Zagreb, capital of Croatia? Is it true that with 23 people, Hum in Istria, Croatia holds the Guinness World Record for the smallest town in the world? Is it true that 90% of Croatian moms with kids under 10 work? Find the answers to these amazing facts and more here!
FALSE Fact #1: The song "Town with No Cheer" by Tom Waits refers to Zagreb, capital of Croatia. TRUE Fact #2: With 23 people, Hum in Istria, Croatia holds the Guinness World Record for the smallest town in the world. FALSE Fact #3: 90% of Croatian moms with kids under 10 work. TRUE Fact #4: A Croatian music teacher cheated death 7 times and then won the $1 million lottery. FALSE Fact #5: Croatia is the only country in the world where you can see the sun rise in the Pacific and set in the Atlantic. TRUE Fact #6: The famous Dalmatian dogs originally came from Croatia. TRUE Fact #7: In Croatia, there are olive trees that can live over 2000 years. FALSE Fact #8: In the 19th century, people believed that the way the Korcula old town was designed would attract alien life. TRUE Fact #9: In Croatia, people can start voting at the age of 16, if they have a job, but have to wait until they turn 18, if they are unemployed. TRUE Fact #10: The city of Zadar is home to the world's first Sea Organ that creates its music only by the action of the wind and waves. FALSE Fact #11: Over 70 percent of college degrees awarded in Croatia every year are earned by women. TRUE Fact #12: Croatia's currency, kuna, was named after a brown furry animal called marten.