I’ve already photographed the Guard shift a couple of times ago, and the last time in April this year. But, this Guard shift was called THE BIG Guard shift because they were celebrating the 350th anniversary of the first time the cravat was mentioned. Guard shift is a pretty cool event, especially now when a tourist
Guard shift is a pretty cool event especially now when a tourist season is starting. It’s a new project of the Zagreb Tourist Board in collaboration with the institution Academica Cravatica who jointly created a new tourism program – changing of the guard company Honorary Kravat regiment.
You have an Instagram account and don’t know how to fill it with cool photos of Zagreb? Here are a couple of examples what you can capture if you take just a short walk around the center of Zagreb.
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
Well, these images were almost forgotten since I took them somewhere in June 2016, but for some reason I didn’t like them much. I still think that they aren’t anything special, so I’ll just publish them as a small photo gallery, without making a story about that one-day road trip.
I’ve already published a post about the opening of the Advent in Zagreb, and this is a photo walk a couple of days after. Note: if you understand Croatian, feel free to check out more stories about Advent in Zagreb (and other stuff about the city) on Lice Grada.
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