The Zagreb Cathedral

The most monumental and stylistically most eloquent Neogothic architectural work in the area southeast of the Alps.

St. Francis Church

One nevel church, though of impressive measures, carries all simplycity and harmony of the Early Gothic Franciscan churches.

St. Mark’s Church

Build on Romanesque foundations, finished as a three nave type church makes a unique Gothic whole. The south portal is the most eloquent sculptural achievement in this part of Europe.

The Lotrščak Tower

Once the major town tower, today the hallmark of Zagreb and with the cathedral the most attractive town view.

The Palace of HAZU

Friedrich Schmidt, 1877 – 1980, built in the forms of Italian Renaissance, adepted to new technical conditions and functional space requirements. It is only palace (in the real sense of the word) in Zagreb.

The Croatian National Theater

Architectural Atelier Fellner and Helmer, 1894-95, first project 1881, neobaroque. Belongs to series of representative theaters built in the historical styles throughout the cities of Central and Eastern Europe.

The State Archives

Rudolf Lubynski, 1913, by the uniqueness of its architecture and ornametation represents one of the most beautiful examples of Secession (Art Nouveau) architecture in Croatia.

St. Blasius Church

Viktor Kovačić, 1912-1913, constructed on the groundplan scheme of the Greek cross, with strong volume gradation and dominant reinforced concrete dome, the church is the most significant sacral building of modern age in Croatia

The skyscraper of Napredak

Stjepan Planić, 1936. eight floors (at the time the tallest building in town), with original eleptoid shape and dented top represents the prominent urbanistic accent of Zagreb.

The Mestrović Pavillion

Ivan Mestrović, 1938, rotunda, the precursor of well known constructions, even the Guggenheim Museum in New York (1959), masterwork of Croatian Architecture

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