Roaming around the city and making new topics for LG

Roaming around the city and making new topics for LG

My weekly schedule, mostly, is like this: I do planning and researching from Monday to Friday, and on weekends I go out and shoot. In the last couple of months, my topics are mostly meant for the Lice grada, but I try to make content for this website also. Last weekend, I went out on Saturday and Sundar (both in the morning), but I got better photos on Saturday (unlike the weekend before where I was super satisfied with the "catch") so here are a couple of photos I got during my walk on -14 degrees! (more…)...
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The Radiceva street connects the Lower and the Upper town in Zagreb

The Radiceva street connects the Lower and the Upper town in Zagreb

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. (more…)...
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It’s the most, wonderful time, of the year – Advent in Zagreb

It’s the most, wonderful time, of the year – Advent in Zagreb

Last weekend, with a huge ceremony in the center of Zagreb, Advent in Zagreb finally started! At first, I was at the King Tomislav square, just next to the main railway station, where the ice skating area, called Ice Park, was opened. The rain was messing with me, but at least it wasn't pouring! (more…)...
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Advent in Zagreb: Check out Fuliranje in the Tomiceva Street

Advent in Zagreb: Check out Fuliranje in the Tomiceva Street

In the last couple of years, Fuliranje was placed in the Tomiceva street, a couple of hundred meters away from the Banus Josip Jelacic square in Zagreb. This year, a couple of things changed. There are a couple of stands there, but it looks a bit... sad. Most of the stands were relocated to the European square which is even closer to the main square. (more…)...
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