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Eurovision Song Contest 1993 Country  Croatia National selection Selection process Dora 1997 Selection date(s) 28 February 1993 Selected entrant E.N.I. Selected song "Probudi me" Finals performance Final result 17th, 24 points Croatia was represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 1997 by E.N.I. with the song "Probudi me". The quartet were the winners of Dora 1997, which selected the fifth Croatian entry for the contest. Contents 1 Background 2 Dora 1997 3 At Eurovision 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // Background Main articles: Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest and Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest Croatia first entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993, having previously competed as a part of Yugoslavia from 1961 to 1991. SR Croatia was the most successful republic of Yugoslavia at Eurovision, with 11 of the 27 entries that won the Yugoslavian selection for the Eurovision Song Contest being Croatian.[1] Croatia produced over 11 entries in total for Yugoslavia, giving some of the country's best placings in the Contest. Croatia gave Yugoslavia three of the country's Top 5 placings in the contest, with Riva winning the 1989 Contest with "Riva", as well as fourth place finishes for both Daniel and Novi fosili.[1] 1997 marked Croatia's fifth appearance at the contest as an independent nation. Previous results for the independent Croatia were mixed, with their first two entries gaining 15th and 16th position. However Croatia's entries from 1995 and 1996 both placed within the top 10, with Magazin & Lidija and Maja Blagdan placing 6th and 4th respectively. Dora 1997 Hrvatska radiotelevizija (HRT), the Croatian broadcaster, held a national final to select the Croatian entry fo Eurovision 1997, held in Dublin, Ireland. Dora 1997 was held at the Crystal Ballroom of Hotel Kvarner in Opatija on 9 March, hosted by Ljudevit Grguric-Grga. 20 entries competed, and the winner was decided by 20 regional juries. Dora 1997 - 9 March, 1997 Draw Artist Song Composer – Lyricist Points Place 1 Tajana "Povedi me" Ivan Mikulić – Fayo 0 19 2 Ksenija Sobotinčić "Nemamo to pravo" Andrej Babić 6 17 3 Oliver Dragojević "Lucija" Zdenko Runjić - Ivana Runjić, Vedrana Runjić 62 8 4 Bay Bis "Boje ljubavi" Zrinko Tutić 0 19 5 Branka B. "Nasoj ljubavi" Zlatan Stipišić Gibonni - Zlatan Stipišić Gibonni, Nenad Ninčević 4 18 6 Magazin "Opium" Tonći Huljić - Vjekoslava Huljić 64 7 7 Ivana Plechinger "Zora" Ivana Plechinger - Bruno Kovačić 52 9 8 E.N.I. "Probudi me" Davor Tolja – Alida Sarar 170 1 9 Dona Ares "Zadnja noć" Guido Mineo - Ivana Mavrin, Robert Pilepić 48 12 10 Petar Grašo "Idi" Petar Grašo 161 2 11 Lidija Bajuk "Zora djevojka" Lidija Bajuk 79 5 12 Lana Cenčić "Ti si super, ti si mrak" Lana Cenčić – Fayo 7 16 13 Brešković Brothers "Voljet ću te vječno" Tonći Brešković, Nikola Brešković - Marko Brešković 52 9 14 Novi fosili "Vrijeme" Rajko Dujmi - Fayo 52 9 15 Minea "Magla" Fedor Boic - Vjekoslava Huljić 27 14 16 Maja Blagdan "Za nas" Nenad Ninčević 134 3 17 Leo "Moje nebo" Đorđe Novković - Štefanija Soldan, Eduard Matešić 66 6 18 Dražen Žanko "Zamantan" Dražen Žanko 23 15 19 Ivan Mikulić "Proljeće" Miro Buljan - Fayo 36 16 20 Alen Nižetić "Ti" Nenad Ninčević 117 4 At Eurovision E.N.I. performed 23st on the night of the contest, following France and preceding the United Kingdom. The group received 24 points, placing 17th of the 25 competing countries. See also Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest Eurovision Song Contest 1997 References ^ a b "Archive - former Eurovision representatives from Croatia" (in English). Hrvatska radiotelevizija. http://www.hrt.hr/dora/dora2009/arhiv_eng.htm. Retrieved 2009-08-07.  External links Croatian National Final 1997 (Croatian) Hrvatsko natjecanje za pjesmu Eurovizije Dora '97 HRT v · d · eCroatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 · 1994 · 1995 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999 · 2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 v · d · eCountries in the Eurovision Song Contest 1997 Austria · Bosnia and Herzegovina · Croatia · Cyprus · Denmark · Estonia · France · Germany · Greece · Hungary · Iceland · Ireland · Italy · Malta · Netherlands · Norway · Poland · Portugal · Russia · Slovenia · Spain · Sweden · Switzerland · Turkey · United Kingdom (winner)