Croats of Sweden

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The Croats of Sweden (Swedish: Sverigekroater) today number approximately 28,000.[1] They mostly follow Catholicism, but a small minority that have been living in Sweden for generations have converted to Evangelicalism. They mostly live in Stockholm, the capital city. Zlatan Ibrahimović, a half-Croat, can be considered a Croat of Sweden, because his mother is a Croat.

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