Coastal and island villages are nucleated ( zbijeni ). While those on the coast are adjacent to the sea, island villages are on both the interior and coastal areas. In the hinterland, they are more dispersed ( razbijeni ) and often located on the very fringe of fertile alluvial depressions.
See also Croats
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