|(297,875 to 350,000+)|
|Regions with significant populations|
|Berlin, Stuttgart, Frankfurt am Main, Munich, Cologne, Hanover, Bremen, Dortmund, Essen, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Bonn, Gelsenkirchen, Offenbach, Leipzig|
|Majority Roman Catholics|
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Croats in Germany (German: Kroaten in Deutschland; Croatian: Hrvati u Njema?koj) refers to persons living in Germany who have total or partial Croatian ancestry. They form the 6th largest ethnic minority in Germany. In 2014, there were 270,528 Croats holding Croatian citizenship and living in Germany. Croatia's State Office for the Croats Abroad, Croatian embassy in Berlin and Croatian Catholic Missions estimated that there are more than 350,000 Croats and their descendants living in Germany.
According to the German Federal Statistical Office of Wiesbaden in 2007, there were 225,309 Croatian citizens living in Germany. According to data from church institutions there are about 310,000 to 350,000 Croatians living in Germany.
In year 2014
|Number of Croats per German federal state|
In year 2005
|Number of Croats in larger cities|
|Frankfurt am Main||12,408|
|Offenbach am Main||1,999|
¹31. December 2004, ²30. June 2006, ³31. December 2007
Among the German cities Stuttgart and Pforzheim had the highest share of Croats in 2011 according to German Census data. 
Notable Croatian artists in Germany:
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