After two days of the Lion’s run and the Pink Wing, I stopped publishing here, and that was almost two months ago! Of course, it wasn’t because I was lazy (well, I would say that that is one of the reasons), it’s because all of my free time is spent working for my two other
Last Sunday I used the fact it was a beautiful day, so I woke up early and went to the city. I wanted to make a couple of topics for Lice grada, so I roamed a bit. I’ve uploaded a couple of photos I got during my Sunday morning walk.
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
In August 2016 I went to the Museum of torture Tortureum (Radiceva/Tkalciceva street, Zagreb) to make a photo story for the website Lice grada, and I think you’ll find interesting this post for two reasons!
To be honest, since I launched a new website, I started neglecting ivanklindic.info. I have a couple of prepared posts, which are waiting to be published soon, and here are a couple of photos I took for the new website.
Considering the rich history, Zagreb has many places that are forgotten and unused for many years, like this tunnel was. The Tunnel Gric, which connects Mesnicka and Radiceva street, was opened last month after being prepared for the grand opening for two months.