Stjepan Radic Statue
Stjepan Radić was a Croatian politician, writer and translator. In 1995, Order Stjepan Radić was established, the Republic of Croatia's award which is awarded to Croatian and foreign nationals for merit and suffering in the struggle for national and social rights and the development of the Croatian people.
Zagreb Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Soon after the Diocese of Zagreb was established (around 1094 A.D.) the construction of the cathedral in transitional Romanesque -Gothic style began. the construction of the cathedral lasted for a very long time and it was not completed and dedicated until 1217A.D. Shortly after, in 1242 A.D., the cathedral was severely damaged in the Tatar [...]
St. Mark’s Church
One of Zagreb's most emblematic buildings is the colourful St Mark's Church, with its unique tiled roof constructed in 1880. The tiles on the left side depict the medieval coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia, while the emblem of Zagreb is on the right side. The 13th-century church was named for the annual [...]
Antun Gustav Matoš monument
One of the most popular selfie monuments in Zagreb is Antun Gustav Matoš sculpture on Strossmayer promenade at Upper Town Zagreb. You can take a seat next to him on a bench, you can sit in his lap, kiss him, hug him, stand behind, put hands on his head or put some clothes on him.