Reasons to Recommend: Located in Zagreb, Croatia, St. Mark's Church is a Gothic-style building and displays the works of the famous Croatian sculptor Meštrović. The roof of the church is a highlight, decorated with colorful tiles. There are also badges made of mosaics. On the left is the emblem of several Croatian regions, and on the right is the Zagreb emblem, which is ideal for taking pictures.
Reasons to Recommend: The Cathedral of the Assumption is often known as the Zagreb Cathedral and is one of the landmarks of Zagreb. The church was Gothic and was destroyed in the 1880 earthquake and later reconstructed in 1899. The church has 13th-century frescoes, Renaissance backrest benches, marble altars and Baroque-style pulpit. The church is the main location for citizens to pray and other activities.
Reasons to Recommend: The Governor's Square is the focal square of Zagreb with the statue of the main Governor of Croatia, Jelacic. The majority of the structures around the square are from the nineteenth century, from Biedermeier to Art Nouveau to postmodernism, demonstrating an extensive variety of engineering styles. The court is currently a place where natives can do exercises and meet out on the town, and it is exuberant during the evening.
Reasons to Recommend: The ancient city gate is located near the St. Mark's Church, also known as Shimen. It was built in the Roman period and is the only remaining city gate in the old city. It is well preserved. Opposite the ancient city gate is the famous Lottelsakta, once part of the old city walls. There is still a cannon on the tower, and by 12 o'clock at noon, the cannon will ring, which has become a tradition of Salegbu.
Reasons to Recommend: Located next to the small square, St. Catherine's Church in Zagreb is a typical baroque church in Zagreb, close to the landmark st. mark's church. The church has a striking red roof. Next to st. Catherine's church in Zagreb, there is a viewing platform that looks down on the basilica of the virgin Mary and a beautiful red dome in the mountains.
Reasons to Recommend: Lotrscak Tower, a landmark building in Zagreb, is a small museum with photographs of the tower and other objects. The surrounding area is surrounded by historic buildings. Climb to the top of the tower's viewing platform to overlook the entire old city.
Reasons to Recommend: The Mirogoj Cemetery is a large public cemetery in Republic of Croatia, where many soldiers and civilians who died in the first world war, the second world war and the revolutionary war are buried. The entrance to the cemetery is like an austrian-style castle, and the stone steles here are so distinctive and delicate that some can even be called works of art. It's not a place of horror, but a place of quiet romance.