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... s Cathedral. The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven and to Saints Stephen and Ladislaus. The typically Gothic cathedral is known as Katedrala Marijina Uznesenja in Croatian, but we English speaking tourists often refer to it as the Zagreb Cathedral. It's twin spires, (which we saw from many parts of the City), makes it the most visited attraction in Zagreb. ...
The first day of sightseeing we went to the famous ban jelacic square where everything can happen.
There is always lots of road animation, fun and people walking around as the Dolac Market is just there. It has an incredible ...
... during World War II but the city ran out of money).
After the tour we walked up to the castle, and then the next day Jas and I walked around the Tivoli park, accidentally climbed another mountain (again, a small one), and found an amazing shisha café where we spent the rest of the day relaxing in the park while Kim was exploring the Skocjan caves outside of the city.
Zagreb was next, our last train trip for a ...
... oboe, bassoon. Clarinet, saxophone and bass saxophone . The requirement for most of these events is that they
should include at least one Croatian piece. The venue of the opera
house foyer with golden cherubs and amazons gazing down from the
cornices, is suitably grand for the occasion.
The second musical event for the day
was a free organ recital in the cathedral. There is a magnificent
organ here and it ...
... drink and as it was starting to get cold and wet we stopped at one for schnapps and coffee then at another for traditional lunch of sausage and bean soup and beer to wash it down. It was followed by a trip to the town of Samobor for coffee and cake! I think the wheels have fallen off my diet. Edi then took us to a wine cellar where we bought some nice wines and headed back to his apartment to meet up with Mak and Petrice. We spent a lovely evening drinking and ...