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The croissant is a type of pastry that is believed to have originated in Austria in the late 17th or early 18th century. It is said that the croissant was created to commemorate the lifting of the siege of Vienna in 1683, when the Austrian army, aided by Polish troops, drove out the Ottoman Empire. The shape of the croissant is said to resemble the crescent of the Ottoman flag, and it was named "croissant" in French which means "crescent" in English.
However, the croissant as we know it today was developed in France in the early 20th century. The French version of the croissant is made with a laminated dough, which is a type of dough that is layered with butter and then rolled and folded multiple times. This process creates many layers of butter and dough, which gives the croissant its characteristic flaky texture.
The croissant quickly became popular in France and soon spread to other countries. Today, croissants are enjoyed all over the world, and there are many different variations, including chocolate croissants, almond croissants, and savory croissants filled with cheese or ham.