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Op-Ed: Croatia's most unusual souvenir? Singing chocolate from Split
Split - Diocletian's Palace in Split has had a fascinating 1,700 history since housing a Roman Emperor's retirement. It also has some rather unique modern surprises.
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Nadalina's popularity with Japanese tourists is evident from the shop sign, which is in English and Japanese.
Nadalina's quality Dalmatian chocolates are hand made in the nearby town of Solin.
The chocolate record is one of several innovative products in the Nadalina store
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