Festival of light in Zagreb: Waiting for the spring to come

Festival of light in Zagreb: Waiting for the spring to come

From March 16th to 19th (yesterday), Zagreb was the host of the Festival of light for the first time. After the Advent in Zagreb which changed the face of the city for a short period of time, it's that time of the year when the city is preparing for the weather change. The topic of the Festival of light was Spring. (more…)...
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Another amazing mural decorates the streets of Zagreb – keep them coming!

Another amazing mural decorates the streets of Zagreb – keep them coming!

There are a couple of amazing murals on the streets of Zagreb, and this is one of the latest. This mural was made by two street artists, Boris Bare and Dominik Vukovic. Inspired by the story about Guliver, they made their own version of "the sleeper in the Opatovina". (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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One of the most beautiful parts of Zagreb, the Strossmayer promenade

One of the most beautiful parts of Zagreb, the Strossmayer promenade

Upper town in Zagreb is one of the oldest parts of the city, and on the south edge there is a 400 meter long promenade J. J. Strossmayer. South promenade (its name before it was called the Strossmayer promenade) was the first public promenade in the city of Zagreb. Works began in 1812, a year after the promenade was completed. It was named after the Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer mid-19th century, and it got its final form in the 1912th. (more…)...
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