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 …

Statue of one of the most known ex-mayors of Zagreb – V. Holjevac

Zagreb has many statues around the city dedicated to the people who have contributed the city, Croatia or even the world. This post is dedicated to one of the most known ex-mayors of Zagreb – Veceslav Holjevac. He has been mayor from 1952 to 1962, and he deserved his statue located on the street named by him, just next to …

There are two statues of St. George in the city of Zagreb

St. George (originally Sv. Juraj) is considered to be one of the most respected saints in Christianity and one of the most favorite saints among the Croatians, which is why many legends about him were created that are being told over and over again. All stories point to the fact that St. George was observed as a brave knight who …