OLD SANATORIUM BRESTOVAC
The construction of the nursing home has initiated a doctor, journalist and writer Milivoj Dežman. The construction was inspired by the doctor's love for Zagreb's beauty and actress Ljerka Sram, who suffered from tuberculosis and died at the hands of Dežman Brestovac. Sanatorium was opened May 22, 1909, and closed and abandoned in 1968. Today Brestovac, although in ruins (and however beautiful and mysterious), enticing visitors for one of Zagreb's beautiful love story.
CITY OF ZAGREB
Croatian capital, Zagreb, is an old Central European city. For centuries it has been a focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce and industry. It is located at the intersection of important routes between the Adriatic coast and Central Europe.
Zagreb funicular is a funicular that connects Zagrebs Upper and Lower Town.
Connects Ilica over Tomićeva with Strossmayer promenade from which is the beautiful view on the city.
Although archaeological research proved the existence of life around today's Zagreb already in the stone age, Zagreb, as we know it and that makes its historic center was built in the Middle Ages the two hills: the secular Gradec and ecclesiastical Kaptol.
Petra Preradovića Square in Zagreb, named after the great man at Renaissance. Among Zagrebers is generally known as the Flower Square
by kiosks with flowers that are traditionally placed there. Is a favorite of coffee drinking and socializing.
The first train arrived in Zagreb in 1862nd, and in the 1892nd year, designed by Ferenc Pfaff, the eastern branch of green Lenuci horseshoe, was built in historicist curvaceous building's main station.
The Church of St. Francis Xavier is less baroque church in Zagreb, in the monastery of the same name, in which are located the Franciscans trećeredci (Glagolitic). It was a pilgrimage church with Calvary and cross over, is located in Jandrićevovoj street at Xavier, at the northern exit of the town o...