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National and University Library

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Andr3a1o wrote a review Jan 2018
Zagreb, Croatia915 contributions118 helpful votes
I often learned here for exams. There's a lots of computers which you can use if you don't have a laptop. Plenty od space for learning and reading. Nice memories for me and my sister.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Leo P wrote a review Jun 2017
Zagreb, Croatia757 contributions180 helpful votes
Modern architecture. Cubical glass facade. I have seen it only from outside. If you have time passing by, take a look
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Borzov wrote a review Nov 2015
Rijeka, Croatia4,389 contributions1,069 helpful votes
The National Library in Zagreb has a long history that goes back to the year 1607 and Jesuit library situated on Gradec in their gymnasium. For years, the Library was situated in its building on Marulić square and it was transferred here in 1995. The building is a glass cube designed by four Croatian architects (Neidhardt, Krznarić, Hržić and Mance). The library stores around three million written documents (books, magazines, newspapers etc.) and has 1100 seats for the users, which are mostly students. In front of the building, there is a beautiful park with fountains.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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Maja F wrote a review Aug 2015
Zagreb, Croatia88 contributions29 helpful votes
it's always too crowded and too quiet. I know it's libraray, but sometimes it acts a bit snobbish, if you cough, everyone look at you and make 'shhh...' and similar. if you order some book, you'll have to wait min 45min till they get you a book and most of it you're not allowed to take them at home with you.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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DeboraN739 wrote a review Sep 2014
Lisbon, Portugal266 contributions104 helpful votes
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This garden is a hidden jewel in the city center just near hotel international and the national library! It has different colours and varieties of flowers and a lovely fountain at the end. It is well worth to visit it by day or by night (at night the fountain changes colours) and it looks so nice! Do not miss it! you will enjoy , take lovely pics and relax!
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Date of experience: August 2014
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