Most of the murals you can see in Zagreb are located somewhere near the center of the city, but not this one. This mural, showing The Little Prince (originally Le Pettit Prince) is located in the eastern part of Zagreb (Dubrava). It is on a wall of the underpass under the Branimirova Street.
You may heard of Tesla, right? Not the car Tesla, but the scientist by which the car factory got its name. Nikola Tesla was a famous Croatian inventor who discovered electricity, so the Zagreb art scene had to make something for him. He got his mural, together with the other Croatian inventor (Slavoljub Penkala), on the Upper town in Zagreb. …
Here’s another gallery of the photos captured during a Sunday morning (yes, we love to walk around the city on a Sunday morning!). It was a bit cloudy, but we gathered a nice collection of images while the city was still sleeping.
Next to many interesting locations and buildings around the oldest part of Zagreb (which is called the Upper town), this time we would like to show you one really cool tradition which you can witness every day in the late afternoon. The Upper town streets have a really specific way of illuminating – with 214 gas lanterns.
Have you ever seen the giant shell in the Petrinjska Street (south of the main square)? We love seeing artworks around Zagreb, so we always take a photo when we’re walking next to beautiful murals like this one. It was made by Lonac, within the Rendez-vous manifestation (Festival of France in Croatia).