Architectural monuments

  • Croatian National Theatre

    Trg Republike Hrvatske 15

  • Croatian State Archives

    Marulićev trg 21

    Built in 1913, the The Croatian State Archives building is one of the most beautiful seccesionist buildings in Croatia.

  • Parish of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Remete

    Ulica Ivana Česmičkog 1

    A filial church of the church of St. Teresa of Avila, the parish and the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Remete, an advocate of Croatians, are located in the north of Zagreb, among the rolling hills of the wooded Mt Medvednica. This is one of the oldest Marian churches in Croatia.

  • St. Mark's Church

    Trg Sv. Marka 5

    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 Cathedral of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

    Kaptol 31

    Zagreb Cathedral is the most stylish and most eloquent architectural realization of sacral architecture in the Neo-Gothic style southeast of the Alps.

  • The Church of St. Blaise

    Deželićev prilaz 64

    The church was designed by Viktor Kovačić.

  • The Church of St. Francis of Assisi

    Kaptol 9

    This Gothic church of monumental proportions was built in the 13th century.

  • The Mestrović Pavillion

    Trg žrtava fašizma 16

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

  • The Palace of HAZU

    Trg N. Š. Zrinskog 11

    Friedrich Schmidt, 1877 - 1980, built in the forms of Italian Renaissance, adepted to new technical conditions and functional space requirements.