Our Croatian translation team consists of
The Croatian language is a South Slavic language similar to Serbian and Bosnian. Croatian belongs to the Central South Slavic diasystem, otherwise referred to as ‘Serbo-Croatian’. Croatian is used primarily in Croatia and by Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in addition to being spoken by Croatian minorities in several neighboring countries, including in the Italian region of Molise. The language is also somewhat retained among representatives of the Croatian diaspora is many different countries. It is an official language of the European Union. Overall, the worldwide figure for Croatian native speakers is over 6.2 million. Croatian is written using an alphabet that is based on the Latin one. Today, the Croatian standard language is a product of more than nine hundred years of literature, written in a mixture of Croatian Church Slavonic and the vernacular language. Croatian Church Slavonic was abandoned by the mid-15th century. In the form of a purely vernacular literature, Croatian literature has essentially existed for more than five centuries.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Banja Luka (BA), Bihac (BA), Bijeljina (BA), Brcko (BA), Dubrovnik (HR), Jajce (BA), Karlovac (HR), Mostar (BA), Opatija (HR), Pula (HR), Rijeka (HR), Sarajevo (BA), Split (HR), Trogir (HR), Tuzla (BA), Visegrad (BA), Visoko (BA), Vodice (HR), Zadar (HR), Zagreb (HR),