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Large living room with extendable sofa, dining table for four and cable TV&WiFi all included :-)
New apartment in located in the very center of Zagreb, near Funiculare in Tomiceva street, about 500m from the main city square called Ban Jelacic Square. It consists of two sleeping rooms [one with double bed and one with a single bed], kitchen with living room and a large bathroom.
The flat area is approximately 65 sqm. The flat is completely renovated and fully equipped with washdisher, fridge, TV, washing machine etc. The furniture and appliances were purchased in 2011.
It consists of two sleeping rooms [one with double bed and one with single bed], kitchen with living room and a large bathroom. The flat area is approximately 65 sqm.
In the flat area all within 5 min walk you will find:
- main Jelacic square, the central square of the city (- you are close to the tram stations, the main mean of public transport in Zagreb
- main market place, with fresh fruits and vegetables; as well as the main fishery
- Cvjetno «Flowers» square with cafes and resturants, as well flowers market
- the Upper town with the historical Parliament, galleries, museums and churches - one of the oldest is St Marko located on the Upper town
- historical Funiculaire is just 5 meters from the flat and takes you in literally 2 min to Upper Town
- Museum of the City of Zagreb (20 Opaticka Street) was established in 1907 by the Association of the Braca Hrvatskog Zmaja. It is located in a restored monumental complex (Popov toranj, the Observatory, Zakmardi Granary) of the former Convent of the Poor Clares.
The Museum of Broken Relationships at 2 Cirilometodska holds people's mementos of past relationships
- best cake store Vincek is around the corner, less than 2 min walk from the flat
With walking distance, ca max 15 min walk you will find:
- The Archaeological Museum (19 Nikola Šubic Zrinski Square) collections, today consisting of nearly 450,000 varied archaeological artifacts and monuments, have been gathered over the years from many different sources. These holdings include evidence of Croatian presence in the area
- Modern Gallery (Croatian: Moderna galerija) holds the most important and comprehensive collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings by 19th and 20th century Croatian artists. The collection numbers more than 10,000 works of art, housed since 1934 in the historic Vranyczany Palace in the centre of Zageb, overlooking the Zrinjevac Park. A secondary gallery is the Josip Racic Studio at Margaretska 3.
- Croatian Natural History Museum (1 Demetrova Street) holds one of the world's most important collection of Neanderthal remains found at one site. These are the remains, stone weapons and tools of prehistoric Krapina man. The holdings of the Croatian Natural History Museum comprise more than 250,000 specimens distributed among various collections.
- Technical Museum (18 Savska Street) was founded in 1954 and it maintains the oldest preserved machine in the area, dating from 1830, which is still operational. The museum exhibits numerous historic aircraft, cars, machinery and equipment. There are some distinct sections in the museum: the Planetarium.
- Ethnographic Museum (14 Ivan Mažuranic Square) was founded in 1919. It lies in the fine Secession building of the one-time Trades Hall of 1903. The ample holdings of about 80,000 items cover the ethnographic heritage of Croatia, classified in the three cultural zones: the Pannonian, Dinaric and Adriatic.
- Mimara Museum (5 Roosevelt Square) was founded with a donation from Ante "Mimara" Topic and opened to the public in 1987. It is located in a late 19th century neo-Renaissance palace.The holdings comprise 3,750 works of art of various techniques and materials, and different cultures and civilizations.
- Croatian Museum of Naïve Art (works by Croatian primitivists at 3 Cirilometodska Street) is one of the first museums of naïve art in the world. The museum holds works of Croatian naïve expression of the 20th century. It is located in the 18th century Raffay Palace in the Gornji Grad. The museum holdings consist of almost 2000 works of art - paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints, mainly by Croatians but also by other well-known world artists.
- The Museum of Contemporary Art was founded in 1954 and a rich collection of Croatian and foreign contemporary visual art has been collected throughout the decades. The Museum building is located in the center of Novi Zagreb, opened in 2009. The old location, 2 St. Catherine's Square, is part of the Kulmer Palace in the Gornji Grad.
Antique frame bought at the Sunday's fair at Britanski square -just 5 minute walk from the flat