|Name of the mint||Croatian Mint|
|Name in the local language||Hrvatska kovnica novca|
|Place||Sveta Nedelja, Zagreb County, Croatia|
|Dates of operation||1993-date|
|See also||Wikidata (Q30633933)|
The Croatian Mint (Croatian: Hrvatska kovnica novca), formerly known as the Croatian Monetary Institute (Croatian: Hrvatski novčarski zavod) is a state-owned enterprise that produces circulating coinage, medals, and badges for Croatia. The Institute was founded in Sveta Nedelja on 23 April 1993, and began production on 14 January 1994. On 2 January 2021, the mint announce its new name, the Croatian Mint.