In the territory of this small country, unique natural complexes and historical monuments miraculously coexist, a beautiful sea coast with hundreds of islands and numerous castles, dense forests and many thermal springs. And given the fact that Croatia lies at the intersection of many roads almost in the center of Europe, its recreational opportunities only increase.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia since 1557, was formed as a result of the merger of the cities of Kaptol and Hradec in the 11th – 13th centuries. Most of the medieval city has survived to this day, turning it into one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with many parks, museums and galleries.
The Gothic Church of St. Mark is the center of Hradec. Near it are the buildings of the Croatian National Assembly (1908) and the presidential palace of Banski Dvory
Museum space – the most prestigious exhibition hall in the city
XIII century stone gates with the image of the Virgin Mary, miraculously survived by a fire in 1731. Continue reading