This is the largest public cemetery in Croatia, where many soldiers and civilians who died in World War I, World War II and the War of Independence are buried. The entrance to the cemetery is like an Austrian style castle, where the stone tablets are very distinctive, varied, and some can be called exquisite works of art. The cemetery is very quiet, giving a respectful atmosphere of worship.
The area of the cemetery is very large, and the walls are surrounded by buildings like castles, which are very powerful. The walls are covered with plants such as green mountain tigers, which makes the cemetery even older. Cemetery traditionally refers to the graveyard of religious people. Looking at these tombstones is not all. The cemetery is very clean. People who are interested in seeing the life of the deceased are also very touched.
Don't think of it as a scenic spot, as a place to escape from the dust. It looks like an Austrian-style castle and covers a vast area. 106 will be there in about 10 minutes. In the warm winter sun, the whole cemetery is more quiet and quiet. When people come to hang on occasionally, they feel that the layout and atmosphere are not heavy. Although it seems strange, it is suitable for such a crowd to be concentrated in the church, the city, the main square season, a person to empty.