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.
Mamutica is one of the largest residential buildings in Europe, and the largest in Zagreb and Croatia. It is located in the district of Travno in Novi Zagreb. It was built in 1974, to the project of Djuro Mirkovic, and it is 240 meters long, 60 meters high and has 19 inhabited floors where around 5,000 residents live in 1,169 …
Situated at the crossroads of Masarykova and Gunduliceva Street, Kalina House is a secession building built in 1903 – 1904, as a residential building for a wealthy industrialist, Josip Kallina, who was the owner and director of a ceramic factory.
We recently wrote about eight skyscrapers in Zagreb, and this time we have focused ourselves to the oldest one. Architect Slavko Lowy, born in 1904, in 1933 realized his most significant achievement, nine-story tall skyscraper located at the crossroads of Masarykova and Gunduliceva Street, just across Kalina’s house.