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Zagreb – Lower Town

Lower Town (downtown) occupies the area between Ilica and the railway line, creating the modern center of Zagreb. Its disadvantages are primarily heavy buildings and bothersome noise, …

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Zagreb – Gradec

Gradec – To reach a medieval fortified settlement, one should go back from the cathedral to Dolac and from there follow Skalinska, Tkalćićevą and Radićevą (up).

Stone Gate

It was the entrance to Gradec …

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Zagreb – Story – Sightseeing

The name of the city probably comes from the canal, that once surrounded them. The documented history of Zagreb dates back to 1094 r., when a bishopric was established on the Kaptol hill. It is known, however, that the settlement was already developing …

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Zagreb – Communication

Although not as beautiful and dignified as Dubrovnik or Split, Croatia's capital is also worth visiting. It has an interesting one, not a big city old town at all, with several valuable churches and a large number of museums …

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Zagreb and its surroundings

Zagreb and its surroundings

Zagreb (Zagreb) is the capital of Croatia since 1557 r. The city has over 1 million inhabitants. It is situated on both sides of the Sava River and the hills of the Medvednica Mountain. Zagrzeb rozwinął

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