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Strange to say about a cemetery, but I think the Mirogoj cemetery is the best sight of Zagreb. Besides being a burial ground, it is also a art gallery and a park with many trees. The cemetery is huge with graves of all religions, you...More
The Mirogoj Cemetery gives a glimpse into how the residents of Zagreb honor their deceased. The architecture of the building is beautiful and it is interesting to quietly stroll through and look at the various headstones.
I visited Mirogoj when it already was dark. Despite I was not able to see all details, the atmosphere was great: when all that you see is a blinking lights flap, no people around and silence. Magnificent.
This is considered to be a park and a cemetery. It is free to visit. It's very peaceful as you would expect from a cemetery. It contains the graves of all religious denominations in Zagreb.
I strolled amongst the graves along the paths provided. Some...More
It was a very interesting walk through the cemetery. The walls and entrance are very impressive. The burial vaults are quite unique, very ornate and lots of Statuary. a very beautiful place. Worth the time.
Cemetaries are peaceful. This one was on October beautiful with red colours of wineleaves. In general the cemetary is like typical catholic cemetary: big stones, some very beautiful graves. In general cemetaries often are much more beautiful in f.ex. Finland.
We spent a morning wandering through this amazing cemetery with its hundred of beautiful headstones set in avenues of beautiful trees which in Autumn looked amazing. The arcades were very historic with sculptures, galleries and pavilions. Mostly I loved the fact that is a burial...More