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.
On December 9th, I made one of my favorite posts of the year, I escaped from the cloudy Zagreb to the top of the Medvednica hill where I enjoyed the sun, so I thought about doing something similar. I went on Google and saw that the Sljeme (peak of the Medvednica hill) was covered with the sunshine, so that was a sign for me! I invited my friend, took the car, and went for it.
At one point of the day, surrounded by the darkness outside, I decided to check out the web cam to see if the Medvednica hill has any sunshine to spare… As soon as I saw that there aren’t any clouds up there, I grabbed my equipment, filled the car with a gas, and went for it! This is what happened…