By: Tin Pavlović<br />THE city of zagreb<br />
The City of Zagreb is the capital of Croatia. <br />Zagreb is positioned in the middle of continental Croatia on the south...
There are signs found at cave Veternica confirming that life existed in today’s Zagreb even in prehistoric age.<br />Secon...
Gornji grad or Gradec is the historic core of Zagreb.<br />Founded in the middle ages, until the 19th century it was the c...
The Zagreb Cathedral was founded in Kaptol, historical settlement between the 9th and the 11th century, at the same place ...
Donji grad is urban centre of modern Zagreb.<br />It was built in the 19th and the first half of the 20th century.<br />Th...
One of the oldest photos of Zagreb was taken in the 1880, when the statue of Jelaćić was still facing the north (Hungary) ...
Also called Nikola Šubić Zrinski Square.<br />Area of 12540m2.<br />On the north side there is a weather station, dating f...
Croatian national theatre<br />Opened on 14th of October 1895.<br />It can hold up to 750 viewers.<br />A masterpiece buil...
1st park-forest in South-East Europe.<br />Opened in 1794 by Maksimilijan Vrhovac.<br />Architectonic objects are mostly b...
Established in 1607 and moved into a new building in 1995.<br />Builds and organizes national collections and also restore...
The highest building in Croatia (95m) with an antena 110m high.<br />Made of marble and reflective glass.<br />Divided int...
Arena<br />Arena Zagreb is a multi-purpose sports hall located in the southwestern part of Zagreb.<br />It includes a buil...
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  1. 1. By: Tin Pavlović<br />THE city of zagreb<br />
  2. 2. The City of Zagreb is the capital of Croatia. <br />Zagreb is positioned in the middle of continental Croatia on the southern slopes of Medvednica and on the coast of river Sava.<br />In 2011 it had 792.875 citizens or 1.1 milion with the area surrounding the city.<br />The city’s birthday is on May 31.<br />General Facts<br />
  3. 3. There are signs found at cave Veternica confirming that life existed in today’s Zagreb even in prehistoric age.<br />Second most important document is the Golden Bula written in 1242 by the king Bela the 4th declaring the city of Zagreb a free royal city.<br />Brief history of the City<br /> In the surroundings of Zagreb archaeologists found city ruins and other evidence of Roman civilization.<br />The oldest written document confirming the existance of Zagreb was written in 1094.<br />
  4. 4. Gornji grad or Gradec is the historic core of Zagreb.<br />Founded in the middle ages, until the 19th century it was the central urban area of Zagreb.<br />The main square of Gradec is Saint Mark’s Square, once a marketplace, but today a political centre of Croatia, with buildings of parliament, goverment and the town hall. <br />gradec<br />
  5. 5. The Zagreb Cathedral was founded in Kaptol, historical settlement between the 9th and the 11th century, at the same place a bigger one was built since in 1242 it was destroyed by the Tartars. <br />In 1641 it was built in a gothic style with a massive tower. <br />In the big earthquake (1880) it was destroyed again and rebuilt in 1906.<br />Today, Kaptol is the centre of Catholic church institutions.<br />The Cathedral today<br />THE CATHEDRAL<br />
  6. 6. Donji grad is urban centre of modern Zagreb.<br />It was built in the 19th and the first half of the 20th century.<br />The main square of Zagreb is called Ban Jelačić’s square, once a marketplace, but today a meeting place, tourist station, and the main area of pedestrian zone in Zagreb’s centre.<br />Donji grad<br />
  7. 7. One of the oldest photos of Zagreb was taken in the 1880, when the statue of Jelaćić was still facing the north (Hungary) celebrating his great victory. <br />Notice that the horse has only one leg in the air, which means that Jelačić died because he was wounded in a fight. The cathedral had only one tower then.<br />The statue was removed in 1945 and put back where it belongs in 1991, before the war.<br />Ban josip Jelačić<br />
  8. 8. Also called Nikola Šubić Zrinski Square.<br />Area of 12540m2.<br />On the north side there is a weather station, dating from 1884.<br />In the middle there is a music pavillion dating from 1891, and every Friday a band plays music there.<br />On the south there are statues of famous Croatian people.<br />Zrinjevac<br />
  9. 9. Croatian national theatre<br />Opened on 14th of October 1895.<br />It can hold up to 750 viewers.<br />A masterpiece built by Ferdinand Fellner and a German architect Hermann Helmer.<br />
  10. 10. 1st park-forest in South-East Europe.<br />Opened in 1794 by Maksimilijan Vrhovac.<br />Architectonic objects are mostly built by Franjo Schuchta.<br />Area of 316 hectars (300 000m2).<br />Park maksimir<br />
  11. 11. Established in 1607 and moved into a new building in 1995.<br />Builds and organizes national collections and also restores and keeps books, maps etc.<br />Today it holds 2.5 milion books<br />From 1982 to 1897 1300 books, maps, ilustrations... where stolen, they were priceless.<br />National and university library<br />
  12. 12. The highest building in Croatia (95m) with an antena 110m high.<br />Made of marble and reflective glass.<br />Divided into 3 parts, the first one goes to the 19th, the second part to the 21st and the third part goes to the 26th floor.<br />Zagrepčanka<br />
  13. 13. Arena<br />Arena Zagreb is a multi-purpose sports hall located in the southwestern part of Zagreb.<br />It includes a building complex, the Arena Complex (Arena Center), making it one of the largest shopping-entertainment centers in the city.<br />It was made in order to host games in the 2009 World Men's Handball Championship, now it’s serving for numerous other sporting, cultural, and business events.<br />
  14. 14. Thank you for your attention<br />

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