Ok, there might be better ones, but I decided to publish this ones… One of the latest blogs I made for the Lice Grada was the one about the reflections on the buildings. I choose a couple of interesting buildings, but one was the king of all the reflections I caught with my camera – it was the Hotel Sheraton!
We all know that, through the time, every city in the world changes its face, but there are always parts of it that will (hopefully) always stay the same. I’ve gathered a couple of locations around Zagreb that are the same for ages.
The building of the Croatian national theatre, or short HNK (Croatian: Hrvatsko narodno kazalište) is probably one of the most recognized buildings in Zagreb. It was opened in October 14th, 1895, more than 120 years ago. It’s the work of the Austrian architect Ferdinand Fellner and the German architect Hermann Helmer.
Radiceva street is one of the most known and one of the oldest streets in Zagreb. It got its name by Stjepan Radic, who was the Croatian politician, writer, translator and journalist. The Radiceva street is located in the center of Zagreb, it leads from the Square Banus Josip Jelacic (the main square in Zagreb), or Lower town, to the oldest part of Zagreb – The Upper town.