Croatia's presidential election has been won by centre-left challenger Zoran Milanovic, who defeated the nationalist incumbent.
The social democratic ex-prime minister vowed to heal divisions, and said his victory had brought "hope and faith".
Mr Milanovic beat Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic - a conservative who won the presidency in 2015 - by 53% to 47%.
Croatia's president has a role in foreign policy and security matters but the prime minister runs the country.
Ms Grabar-Kitarovic, who was elected Croatia's first female president in January 2015, ran a campaign promoting "real Croatia", something that Mr Milanovic said was very dangerous.
She later wished her opponent "every success", adding: "That is in the interest of myself, him and all the children in our country."
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