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Art Park Zagreb -Strossmayerovo šetalište 99 (Strossmayer Promenade 99)
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Art Park Zagreb
99 Strossmayerovo šetalište
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Art Park Zagreb -Strossmayerovo šetalište 99 (Strossmayer Promenade 99)
Botanical Garden -Trg Marka Marulića 9 -Running parallel to the railway tracks, the Botanical Gardens form the southern part of the green belt known as Lenuci’s Horseshoe. -Every spring since the late 19th century the gardens have opened their gates to the public. Pride of the gardens is the collection of 10,000 or more plant species, ranging from exotic imports to indigenous Croatian plants.
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Botanical Garden
9A Trg Marka Marulića
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Botanical Garden -Trg Marka Marulića 9 -Running parallel to the railway tracks, the Botanical Gardens form the southern part of the green belt known as Lenuci’s Horseshoe. -Every spring since the late 19th century the gardens have opened their gates to the public. Pride of the gardens is the collection of 10,000 or more plant species, ranging from exotic imports to indigenous Croatian plants.
Bundek -The park extends from the Liberty Bridge to the Youth Bridge, and it consists of two lakes, walking paths, leisure park with 10 barbecue areas (concrete barbecues with with benches and tables), which can be used free of charge, 1650 m long bicycle and roller-skating park, three playgrounds (for kids under 12, over 12, and one for children with special needs), two volleyball and handball sand courts, and water stage on a western part of a lake for numerous cultural events.
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Bundek
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Bundek -The park extends from the Liberty Bridge to the Youth Bridge, and it consists of two lakes, walking paths, leisure park with 10 barbecue areas (concrete barbecues with with benches and tables), which can be used free of charge, 1650 m long bicycle and roller-skating park, three playgrounds (for kids under 12, over 12, and one for children with special needs), two volleyball and handball sand courts, and water stage on a western part of a lake for numerous cultural events.
Cmrok -Jurjevska St. -Cmrok is the name for the park and hill located in the northern part of Zagreb, on the slopes of Medvednica. Cmrok is a popular Zagreb excursion site, surrounded by Tuškanac and Jurjevska streets.
CMROK
Cmrok -Jurjevska St. -Cmrok is the name for the park and hill located in the northern part of Zagreb, on the slopes of Medvednica. Cmrok is a popular Zagreb excursion site, surrounded by Tuškanac and Jurjevska streets.
Jarun -Aleja Matije Ljubeka 3 -It was built and opened in 1987 when Zagreb hosted the World Student Games. Walking paths, lakes with boating facilities, numerous restaurants and, beach cafés, comprise the many attractions which bring people to the Jarun Centre for all kinds of reasons. Among the lush greenery, close to the clear water of the lakes and beaches which fill on hot summer days, there are also cycling paths, jogging tracks, a mini-golf course. The lake itself contains one of the best rowing lanes in Europe and has been used for international competitions. -Every June, Jarun even hosts Zagreb’s major annual rock music festival (InMusic Festival), running over two days. But quickly afterward, it is given back over those who just wish to relax, away from the demands of the city.
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Jarun
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Jarun -Aleja Matije Ljubeka 3 -It was built and opened in 1987 when Zagreb hosted the World Student Games. Walking paths, lakes with boating facilities, numerous restaurants and, beach cafés, comprise the many attractions which bring people to the Jarun Centre for all kinds of reasons. Among the lush greenery, close to the clear water of the lakes and beaches which fill on hot summer days, there are also cycling paths, jogging tracks, a mini-golf course. The lake itself contains one of the best rowing lanes in Europe and has been used for international competitions. -Every June, Jarun even hosts Zagreb’s major annual rock music festival (InMusic Festival), running over two days. But quickly afterward, it is given back over those who just wish to relax, away from the demands of the city.
Maksimir Park -Maksimirski perivoj bb -Maksimir is the biggest and most beautiful park in Zagreb. It holds a special significance for the citizens of Zagreb. In the past, they strolled around in crinolines, sporting the mandatory parasol. Today, they come in tracksuits and trainers. Both the fashions and generations change, but Maksimir has remained Zagreb’s most extensive area for public recreation. -When it was opened, it was the first public promenade in the region of south-east Europe as a whole. Thanks to its skillful combination of a park, forest, and English-style gardens, it soon became the most popular destination to head for in town. -Today Maksimir park is protected as a monument of landscape architecture and cultural and historical monument and a symbol of the City of Zagreb, its value as a monument of landscape architecture and protected cultural property is exceptional and worthy of attention.
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Maksimir
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Maksimir Park -Maksimirski perivoj bb -Maksimir is the biggest and most beautiful park in Zagreb. It holds a special significance for the citizens of Zagreb. In the past, they strolled around in crinolines, sporting the mandatory parasol. Today, they come in tracksuits and trainers. Both the fashions and generations change, but Maksimir has remained Zagreb’s most extensive area for public recreation. -When it was opened, it was the first public promenade in the region of south-east Europe as a whole. Thanks to its skillful combination of a park, forest, and English-style gardens, it soon became the most popular destination to head for in town. -Today Maksimir park is protected as a monument of landscape architecture and cultural and historical monument and a symbol of the City of Zagreb, its value as a monument of landscape architecture and protected cultural property is exceptional and worthy of attention.
Medvednica -Zagreb is blessed with a location right next to Sljeme (peak of Medvednica mountain), an easy getaway that offers hiking trails and ski slopes of international quality -The citizens of Zagreb love Sljeme all year round. In winter they can use the snowboarding and ski training facilities, or take advantage of the twice-weekly night skiing programme - Some prefer to come in summer, when they can find shelter from the heat, and come to Sljeme for a walk and a picnic. Many love Sljeme in autumn, which brings out its carpet of colors; or spring, when the lower and surrounding slopes, named Medvednica, display many of the extensive (and occasionally rare) flora in full bloom. -The entire mountainside of Medvednica is yet another treasure of nature. Some 20 years ago, its higher western section was declared a nature reserve. In addition to the many trekking paths, a natural attraction is Veternica Cave, one of the largest in Croatia. Medvedgrad itself is one of the largest medieval fortresses in Croatia.
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Medvednica
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Medvednica -Zagreb is blessed with a location right next to Sljeme (peak of Medvednica mountain), an easy getaway that offers hiking trails and ski slopes of international quality -The citizens of Zagreb love Sljeme all year round. In winter they can use the snowboarding and ski training facilities, or take advantage of the twice-weekly night skiing programme - Some prefer to come in summer, when they can find shelter from the heat, and come to Sljeme for a walk and a picnic. Many love Sljeme in autumn, which brings out its carpet of colors; or spring, when the lower and surrounding slopes, named Medvednica, display many of the extensive (and occasionally rare) flora in full bloom. -The entire mountainside of Medvednica is yet another treasure of nature. Some 20 years ago, its higher western section was declared a nature reserve. In addition to the many trekking paths, a natural attraction is Veternica Cave, one of the largest in Croatia. Medvedgrad itself is one of the largest medieval fortresses in Croatia.
Mirogoj -Aleja Hermanna Bollea 27 -Built in the late 19th century by Hermann Bollé, it is a wonderful example of a grand civic graveyard, featuring monumental arcades, domed gatehouses, and pavilion chapels. Opened in 1876 with the funeral of fencing instructor Miroslav Singer, Mirogoj is the last resting place of many eminent Croats, their beautifully sculpted grave memorials giving the whole place the appearance of a park-like outdoor art gallery. -Mirogoj accommodates people of all religions, which is why Catholic, Orthodox and Muslim symbols can be seen on many of the gravestones.
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Mirogoj Cemetery
10 Mirogoj
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Mirogoj -Aleja Hermanna Bollea 27 -Built in the late 19th century by Hermann Bollé, it is a wonderful example of a grand civic graveyard, featuring monumental arcades, domed gatehouses, and pavilion chapels. Opened in 1876 with the funeral of fencing instructor Miroslav Singer, Mirogoj is the last resting place of many eminent Croats, their beautifully sculpted grave memorials giving the whole place the appearance of a park-like outdoor art gallery. -Mirogoj accommodates people of all religions, which is why Catholic, Orthodox and Muslim symbols can be seen on many of the gravestones.
Park Grič -Located just above Strossmayer Promenade, on the Upper Town.
Park Grič
Park Grič -Located just above Strossmayer Promenade, on the Upper Town.
Ribnjak (Pond) -Ribnjak is the park stretching along the east walls of Kaptol. It was named after the bishopric ponds that existed here until the 19th century. Then the whole area was transformed into an English type garden, with waterfalls, exotic plants, and decorative statues. At the moment it has only two monuments, Shame by Antun Augustinčić, and the monument to Croatian poet Ivan Goran Kovačić.
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Park Ribnjak
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Ribnjak (Pond) -Ribnjak is the park stretching along the east walls of Kaptol. It was named after the bishopric ponds that existed here until the 19th century. Then the whole area was transformed into an English type garden, with waterfalls, exotic plants, and decorative statues. At the moment it has only two monuments, Shame by Antun Augustinčić, and the monument to Croatian poet Ivan Goran Kovačić.
Rokov perivoj -Rokov perivoj Street -Rokov park is a unique Peruvian in the topographic image of the town, a hill that connects Lower and Upper Town. In the town's urban image, the town is highlighted by the view of the Lower Town and its impressive image, and its specificity is the summer houses and art colonies to which it belongs.
Rokov perivoj
Rokov perivoj -Rokov perivoj Street -Rokov park is a unique Peruvian in the topographic image of the town, a hill that connects Lower and Upper Town. In the town's urban image, the town is highlighted by the view of the Lower Town and its impressive image, and its specificity is the summer houses and art colonies to which it belongs.
Strossmayer Promenade and the shortest tram journey in the world -A stroll down Strossmayer Promenade is important, not only for the view and perspective it provides, but also to allow you to find out about one of the most important figures in Croatian history. Bishop of Djakovo, Slavonia, political party leader and founder of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, Strossmayer had a huge influence on events while Croatia was still a part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. He used the income from his episcopal estates to fund other important projects. His promenade was designed in the mid 19th century, only named after him some years later. -Visitors can soak in the view of central Zagreb in the company of poet Antun Gustav Matoš (1873-1914), whose statue sits on a bench beside Strossmayer Promenade. -The shortest tram ride takes you from Tomićeva St. in Lower town to the Lotrščak Tower in Upper town.
Strossmayerovo šetalište
Strossmayer Promenade and the shortest tram journey in the world -A stroll down Strossmayer Promenade is important, not only for the view and perspective it provides, but also to allow you to find out about one of the most important figures in Croatian history. Bishop of Djakovo, Slavonia, political party leader and founder of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, Strossmayer had a huge influence on events while Croatia was still a part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. He used the income from his episcopal estates to fund other important projects. His promenade was designed in the mid 19th century, only named after him some years later. -Visitors can soak in the view of central Zagreb in the company of poet Antun Gustav Matoš (1873-1914), whose statue sits on a bench beside Strossmayer Promenade. -The shortest tram ride takes you from Tomićeva St. in Lower town to the Lotrščak Tower in Upper town.
The ZOO -Maksimirski perivoj bb -The Zoo is home to over 350 species and almost 8000 animals, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and, invertebrates from all continents of the world.
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Zoo Zagreb
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The ZOO -Maksimirski perivoj bb -The Zoo is home to over 350 species and almost 8000 animals, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and, invertebrates from all continents of the world.
Tuškanac Forrest -Tuškanac is an elite Zagreb resident village on the hill north of Ilica Street. -The Tuškanac cinema, the public garage, the basketball court, the Dubravka path promenade (about 2 km in length), leads to the Tuškanac cinema, goes to the valley of the stream and connects Cmrok with the city center.
Tuškanac
Tuškanac Forrest -Tuškanac is an elite Zagreb resident village on the hill north of Ilica Street. -The Tuškanac cinema, the public garage, the basketball court, the Dubravka path promenade (about 2 km in length), leads to the Tuškanac cinema, goes to the valley of the stream and connects Cmrok with the city center.
Zrinjevac (Nikola Šubić Zinski Square) -Just around the corner from the central square is one of the most romantic places in Zagreb, Zrinjevac Park. Your first impression will be of a green and floral promenade – this is where art lovers flock in droves. -Your attention is soon drawn to the pretty flowerbeds and water fountains, and to the appearance of a meteorological station. Since 1884 weather conditions have been recorded on the meteorological pole here. It was a present to the city of Zagreb by Adolf Holzer, a physician. You can stand next to the marble post and check the temperature and air pressure and coordinate your watch with a 24-hour dial. -In the heart of Zrinjevac, there stands the Music Pavilion which has served as an open-air concert stage since the 19th century. -The first fountain in Zagreb was built shortly after the opening of the Zagreb waterworks in 1878. It was designed by architect Herman Bollé and serves as a great place to find refreshment during hot summer days. Because of its swelling, organic shape, the fountain is popularly known as “The Mushroom”.
Zrinjevac
Zrinjevac (Nikola Šubić Zinski Square) -Just around the corner from the central square is one of the most romantic places in Zagreb, Zrinjevac Park. Your first impression will be of a green and floral promenade – this is where art lovers flock in droves. -Your attention is soon drawn to the pretty flowerbeds and water fountains, and to the appearance of a meteorological station. Since 1884 weather conditions have been recorded on the meteorological pole here. It was a present to the city of Zagreb by Adolf Holzer, a physician. You can stand next to the marble post and check the temperature and air pressure and coordinate your watch with a 24-hour dial. -In the heart of Zrinjevac, there stands the Music Pavilion which has served as an open-air concert stage since the 19th century. -The first fountain in Zagreb was built shortly after the opening of the Zagreb waterworks in 1878. It was designed by architect Herman Bollé and serves as a great place to find refreshment during hot summer days. Because of its swelling, organic shape, the fountain is popularly known as “The Mushroom”.