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Croatia will join the Schengen Area, Europe’s free-travel zone, Jan. 1.
Background: The Schengen Area is made up of 26 countries — 27 with the addition of Croatia — and allows free movement to member countries. Individuals holding a Schengen member state passport or ID card can travel freely within the free-movement area.
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