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About Zagreb

You will certainly be pleasantly surprised by Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, even if only because you know so little about it. 

Zagreb, a stone’s throw away from the Slovenian border, is the cultural, economic and political centre of Croatia. The city has a large number of imposing buildings, the best example of which is certainly the Mimara Building. Just try to fit this art gallery into a single photograph. It is virtually impossible, because of the size of the building! 

Zagreb is a quintessentially European city with magnificent buildings and an abundance of sights. It is also a shopping paradise. There are only a few department stores, but there are a lot of small boutiques, an enormous number of shoe shops and a shopping street that is the equal of the best in Europe. The Llica runs through the city from west to east and is continuously lined with shops.

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