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St. Marks’ church in Zagreb, Croatia is one of the most beautiful and oldest buildings in the city, originally built in the 14th century.
Almost every building in historic Zagreb center has a “backyard”, an inner space with small gardens, parking spaces, lines for drying clothes and of course a place for local kids to play.
Croatian national theater in Zagreb, Croatia. A beautiful, neo-baroque building by architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer erected in 1895.
The skyscraper on the main square is a recognizable landmark, seen here in early winter morning with a lantern on the Upper Town.
Vintage style photo of an old lantern at the corner of the street. The street sign in old croatian and german laguages reads “Gentlemans’ Street”.
ZAGREB, CROATIA – 27 FEBRUARY, 2015: Early morning commuters in Zagrebs’ blue tram in front of the Archeologyl Museum.
HDR image of a modern LED light source mounted in an old lantern in a renovated street in Zagreb, Croatia.
ZAGREB, CROATIA – 1 APRIL, 2015: Historic Upper Town lanterns at dusk with tourists enjoying the view. Venus is shining in a clear eastern sky.