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Općina Vrsar - Comune di Orsera
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Vrsar/Orsera was first part of the Venetian Commonwealth, then of the Kingdom of Italy. After the fall of Napoleon was under Austrian-Hungarian Empire up tp 1915 then became part of Italy (1918–1947) after was part of Yugoslavia since 1991 when entered in the Republic of Croatia.
- The Statute of Vrsar art. 2
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