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Interesting facts about Zagreb

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Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is the country’s largest city and main hub for politics, economy, culture, entertainment, and sports. The city’s history, traditions and culture are steeped in many interesting and fun facts.

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48 Hours in Zagreb

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48 hours may not be enough time to discover everything Zagreb has to offer, but it is enough to cover the main points of interest. Visitors staying in the city for only two days have plenty of time to see its historic core, take a stroll through some of its parks and gardens, visit a few museums, and experience the atmosphere on the busy streets around the city centre.

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Zagreb Sightseeing

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Zagreb is one of the most popular destinations for sightseeing in Croatia. With many historic buildings, museums, parks and gardens, the city has a strong Central European flair that attracts countless tourists to its streets and squares each year.

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Reboot infoGamer 2015

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Reboot infoGamer 2015, the fourth edition of Zagreb’s popular trade show for the gaming industry, will be held in four large halls of the Zagreb Fair (8, 8a, 9, 11a) from November 11 to 15, 2015. The show will welcome more than 100 exhibitors and feature their latest games, technologies and playable units across 12,000 square metres of exhibition space.

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Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice at Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art

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The exhibition Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice (BAUNET), currently on display at the Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, presents the works of artists, designers and architects who studied at Bauhaus, the German art school that operated from 1919 to 1933 in Weimar, Dessau and Berlin.

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Museum of Broken Relationships

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The Museum of Broken Relationships is one of the newest and most unique of Zagreb’s many museums. Opened in October 2010, the museum is dedicated to showcasing the remnants of failed romantic relationships and features a collection of personal objects that encapsulate experiences associated with break-ups. The items on display are accompanied by stories behind them, which range from funny and hopeful to sad, moving and even bitter, allowing a brief peek into a variety of personal experiences and different ways in which people tell their stories.

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