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#1 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
It’s a very easy place to walk around, lots of shops, restaurants, cafes and tourist attractions including art galleries, old churches, market and see if you can find the amazing blue whale mural which wraps aroun...
Near funicular you can enjoy in panoramic view of City, visit Lotrščak tower, St Marks church, City hall, Museum of broken relationship, Croatian Native art museum, Museum of Zagreb city, or eat in some fine Croat...
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#2 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Zagreb loves outdoor eating and drinking and this street has something for everyone yet step inside and so many of these bars and restaurants and really tastefully appointed and worth a visit.
During advent period all the parts of the city are full of people and very rich in colors, music and so on....December it is the perfect time to visit Zagreb old town.
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#3 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
The buildings and the landscape surrounding all the graves is absolutely serene and beautiful.What is "lovely" is that it is a burial ground for people of all faiths and the tombstones are amazing.
Its one of my favourite places in Zagreb, its really quiet, you can see only locals, lots of trees, really amazing graves, like you have a lot to see and exlore there.Really beautiful architecture.
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#4 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
This is a must see landmark for any visitor to Zagreb, the architecture and interior decor' are more or less like any other medieval roman catholic church in Europe but the roof is quite interesting and symbolic.
You cannot miss it during your stroll of the upper city, it is on the top, between the parliament and the government buildings.It is very charming at night, too - see the picture.
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#5 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
A beautiful Gothic style cathedral, this is the tallest building in Zagreb.The cathedral was destroyed and rebuilt several times and is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven.
A distinctive landmark on the Zagreb city skyline, the Cathedral of the Assumption is a Roman Catholic Gothic-style cathedral.
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#6 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Admire this architectural jewel both from the outside and inside and you will be amazed at the elegance and beauty of the place.
... making and storing of costumes, shoes and wigs; also passing the underground tunnel to the ballet practice hall, which can facilitate ballet dancers to move safely and freely between the stage and practice hall.
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#7 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Zagreb's core is a charming medieval town with 18th and 19th century Austro-Hungarian architecture and cobbled streets that reminded us of famous central and eastern European cities. Lots of parks, statues, shops,...
The places worth seeing here are Cathedral of Assumption, Jelacic Square, Dolac fruit and vegetable market, Tunnel Gric and my favorite Radiceva a pedestrian lane full of bars and restaurants.
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#8 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Nowdays here are the main landmarks of the city: Lotrščak tower, view to the cathedral and St. Mary church, the view to th entire city, the shortest funicular in the world.
It involved an extremely steep hike (that was mercifully short!) and I was stunned to be rewarded with the magnificent view from the landing outside Lotrscak Tower / upper funicular station.
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#9 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Travellers coming out of the railway station are confronted with one of the most beautiful views in Zagreb, which takes in the statue of King Tomislav, the Art Pavilion, the cathedral’s spires and the green slopes...
It has well manicured lawns and beautiful flowers every where the square is very big and many people lay on the grass to enjoy its beauty.
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#10 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Take the smallest funicular ride in the world from Ilica Street and there is a nice tree-line boulevard leading to some of the oldest remnants of civilisation in evidence in Zagreb.
Lovely walk up to the top or come by the vehicular railway, highly recommended.
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#11 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
The main hot spot for the Zagreb Christmas festival This is a huge square that has centre stage during the Christmas festival, there is a real buzz with concerts, many stalls selling there wares, people everywhere...
From this point, you can reach all the major points in the city centre -- the cathedral, market, Tkalca, a selection of cafes, restaurants, shops, museums, parks, and more.
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#12 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
A street full of character, good cafes & restaurants, souvenirs ...
Place for tourists ... to visit upper town and then do some souvenir shopping.
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#13 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Here are some reasons why: -It is very nice and cold on a hot or humid day -It's free and takes you on short cuts through town -Great place to just sit and observe -Great history And you can just sit back and enjo...
And atop the hill that the tunnels go under is the Strossmayer promenade with nice city views, funicular, cafes and archeological ruins.
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#14 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Outside the Zagreb Cathedral a fountain was built and Austrian sculptor Fernkorn was responsible for the gold-plated statues of the Virgin Mary and four angels -- the latter symbolizing the Christian virtues of Fa...
This beautiful statue stands outside Zagreb Cathedral in the square, its beauty is outweighed by the Cathedral
#15 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
- Wikipedia Very impotent sculptures of embraced bodies that make so much power and variety of personalities in one place.
Zagreb really does statues, monument and sculptures well.
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#16 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Or tram station Francopaska will also leave you directly in this street.
Howevere you must pay attention to the tram while cross the street.
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#17 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
The Ban Josip Jelacic Monument is a pretty cool site to see if you're into landmarks, monuments, and statues.
My Game Guru recommends you go to the Ban Jelacic Square and enjoy the shopping, cafes, restaurants and the city markets.
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#18 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
At the top, the views are stunning and you can go into the tourist information and pick up a very hand ‘walking map’ to ensure you don’t miss any sights.
The funicular offers a fun way to get from the lower town to the upper town, while offering great sweeping vistas of the entire city.
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#19 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Especially this time of year during the Zagreb Christmas festival, in our opinion, visiting the tower at night is the best, as you get to see all the chrissie lights twinkling away.
Great view overlooking Croatian capitol especially during nigh, it is on the top of the tallest building on the main square.
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#20 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
The haunting melodies echoing from the tunnels and the people lining the street singing along were magical.
feel the atmosphere of the place, you can pray here and see historical gate to Gradac with icon of the mother of God with Jesus, there are many thanksgiving boards
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#21 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Located in Upper Town, St. Mark's Square is filled with various government buildings but the centerpiece of the square is, of course, St. Mark's Church with its colorful roof.
St. Mark's Church is wonderful, it has a great architecture and the roof is spectacular.
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#22 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
The square hosts Croatian national theater (One of the prettiest buildings in Zagreb), Faculty of law, Zagreb university, Museum of arts and crafts and Musical academy.
Whether you're traveling solo, as a couple, a family, or a tour group, this spot is a beauty to behold.
#23 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Loved this church, its so beautiful and everything about it is so breathtaking, it was surely one of my favorite sights while visiting this city.
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#24 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Quaint little square housing plenty of cafes & restaurants, flower stalls and a statue of Petar Preradovic.
You shouldn't miss this place to take a coffee and feel a rythm of the city - especially on Saturdays.
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#26 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Its always open during the whole day which is great for tourists and also the locals to stop by and go inside for some quiet time of reflection and prayer.
This Roman Catholic Cathedral is the tallest building in Croatia, with one of the most impressive Gothic style sacral monuments.
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#27 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
Relatively small, but all kinds of paintings on the ceilings and walls, and a beautiful ark.
Despite this it seems to be a hidden site for visitors to Zagreb.
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#28 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
It was great to see the statute of Nikola Tesla in Zagreb also the name of street aswell.
The city has art throughout, including this statue, which is a popular destination, near other restaurants and shops to visit.
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#29 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Zagreb
The local market situated at the central square of the city is a must to visit.