Located on the second and third floors of the old city of Zagreb, near the St. Mark's Cathedral Tower, Lotschakta is a museum with pictures of the ancient pagoda on display. You can see the panorama of the old city when you climb the top of the tower at your own expense.
Lotschchakta is not far from Governor's Square in Yerachiqi. On the top of the tower is a viewing platform, which can be accessed by an inclined climbing cable car. The tower used to be a fortress and is now used as a museum. It is also a landmark building in Zagreb.
This is a landmark building in Zagreb, part of the old city wall. Its second and third floors are small museums, and the top of the tower is a viewing platform, which can overlook the whole old city. At the same time, there is a cannon on the top of the tower, but the novelty is that it is not used for defense, but a time-telling tool, very interesting.
Walking down from St. Mark's Church and through the Museum of Broken Love, you can see the Lotscha Tower. Personally, I think the tower looks a little like Donald Duck. The tower is not very high. It's easy to climb. After climbing the tower, you can see the whole picture of Zagreb. Nearby are old houses with red roofs. In the distance, there are many old Soviet-style Matchbox reinforced concrete buildings.
Located on a pedestrian street, surrounded by historical buildings. Next to it is a cable railway built in 1888.
The surroundings are beautiful. It's very comfortable to climb up and look at the distance.