The most colorful roof in Zagreb – doesn’t it look amazing?

The St. Mark’s Church, located on the Upper town in Zagreb, is one of the oldest building monument in the city, built in the 13th century. It is located on the square with the same name, and it’s most known because of its colorful roof.

The clock that remembered the strongest earthquake in Zagreb’s history

On the side wall, north of the cathedral, there is an old clock that shows 7 hours, three minutes and three seconds – the moment when Zagreb struck the most striking earthquake in its history. It was November 9, 1880, and 24 hours after the earthquake 3800 passenger tickets were sold at the Main train station, which said a lot …

The unique tradition which separates Zagreb from the rest of the World

Since the 1877, the Gric cannon fires every single day from the Tower Lotrscak exactly at noon. That is pretty cool, but the legend why it all started is awesome! The legend says: Zagreb was under siege by the Turks, and one day the servant was carrying a rooster to the pasha. At one moment, the cannon fired and hit …