At the beginning of Tkalciceva Street you can find a bronze sculpture of a journalist and a writer Marija Jurić Zagorka, made by Stjepan Gracan. The sculpture was created in 1990, and it shows Zagorka in half step.
When you say a word “rocket” to an average Zagreb resident, you can be sure he will not think about the “a missile, spacecraft, aircraft or other vehicle that obtains thrust from a rocket engine”, but the apartment buildings in the neighborhood of Trnje.
If you really don’t like visiting huge shopping center for buying food, we would like to invite you to visit the oldest farmers market in Zagreb. It’s located in the Gornji Grad – Medvescak city district, well known for its combination of traditional open market with stalls and sheltered market below.
Zagreb has a very long history, which you can see on the architecture around the city, but there’s something you can see that tells a story which is 12-15 million years old.
We all know that our smartphones are life, and that’s not far from the truth. We have to update our social networks, check out other people’s updates, read news, check emails, take photos… Overall, there is a lot of to do with a smartphone, and we often do it while we are walking through the streets.