St. Catherine's Church is a typical Baroque Church in Zagreb, close to the landmark St. Mark's Church, which is at the end of a street. In fact, the church itself is nothing special. What's important is that beside St. Catherine's church, there is a viewing platform, which can look down at the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary and a red ceiling in the mountains. It's very beautiful. So for this scenic spot, it is also worth visiting!
The elegant chapel is clearly visible from the climbing steps nearby. The Baroque look is quite different from the post-Gothic St. Mark's Church. The elegant arc of the church also fits her name, St. Catherine. Most of the saints in Christianity are those who martyred for Christianity, and so is the Saint Catherine. She is said to be a famous scholar in the early 4th century. Legend often persuades the Roman Emperor to persecute Christians and is eventually decapitated.
Great churches have a nice look and great interior decoration. They have a long history and are loved by both locals and tourists.
Standing in the distance, high hills, you can see them from afar.
The church is solemn, beautiful and generous. It is worth visiting.
I saw it through, but I'll take a look at it when I'm younger.