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A dog named Pluto regularly accompanied builders of Zagreb's "Oktogon" palace (1898-1900) until one day he was killed by the robbers. The builders and architect Josip Vancas decided to raise a memorial plaque to Pluto on the facade of the "Oktogon" building.
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monument to a dog
The University of Zagreb (Universitas Studiorum Zagrabiensis) was opened by the Jesuits in 1669. Today it is state owned, it has 29 faculties and 70,000+ students.
...that Zagreb has the
opened university in
Janica Kostelic, Croatian alpine skier, was born in Zagreb. She is the only female alpine skier ever to win four gold medals at the Winter Olympics (2002 & 2006) and three golds in one Olympics (2002). She is nicknamed "Snow Queen" and there is an annual "Snow Queen" slalom race held on the slopes of Medvednica mountain above Zagreb in January.
...that Zagreb has a
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Orient Express, Europe's first transcontinental express train, used to ran through Zagreb on its way from Paris to Istanbul. In 1925 Zagreb's city fathers decided to build Hotel Esplanade for the rich and famous of this train.
...that Orient Express used to run through Zagreb
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This is a classic walking city tour of Zagreb, visiting all the famous city sights: the Cathedral, Dolac Market, the Stone Gate, St Mark's Square with St Mark's Church and the House of the Parliament of Croatia, the City Hall, St Catherine's Church, the Lotrscak Tower and the Funicular of Zagreb. After taking in the panorama of Zagreb from the Upper Town, we descend to the Lower Town and end our walking tour on Josip Jelacic Main Square.
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Had a nice dinner in one of Zagreb's many restaurants? Want to burn all those calories right away? Then join us on a 45-minute walking tour and feel the charm of the Old Town at night!
Take a photo of illuminated facade of Zagreb's early 20th-Century cathedral.
Soak up the atmosphere on the bustling Tkalciceva Street, with many bars and clubs.
Walk the cobblestone streets of the Upper Town, illuminated by over 200 gas lanterns from 1863.
Zagreb has 30 parks that cover an area of 400,000 sq meters. In the second half of 19th century architect Milan Lenuci made a famous "Green Horseshoe" in Zagreb's Lower Town. We walk the full length of the "Horseshoe" visiting the University of Zagreb, the Croatian National Theatre, the National Archives, the Botanical Gardens, the Main Railway Station with Hotel Esplanade of Orient Express fame, and finish in Zrinjevac central park before we take a famous Zagreb blue tram to Maksimir park, one of the first public parks in Europe from the end of the 18th century.