Zagreb doesn't have a historical core with very old buildings. The current cathedral was rebuilt between 1880 and 1906 after an earthquake destroyed the previous cathedral building. It's a ROman Catholic cathedral and the tallest building in Croatia. West of the cathedral is the Dolac market, where farmers sell their produce. Between the Dolac market and the upper town there is the Ivan-Tkalcic street, which crosses the entire historical core and is full of cafes and restaurants. Here is where tourists come for lunch and dinner.
01 St Francis church 02 St Francis church 03 Cafe in Tkalcic street 04 Ivan-Tkalcic street
05 History cafe 06 Opatovina park 07 Nokturno hostel 08 Kaptol square and cathedral 09 Cathedral
10 Cathedral entrance portal 11 Easter eggs 12 Cathedral entrance portal 13 Cathedral portal statues 14 Cathedral interior
15 Archbishop divine seminary 16 Ivan-Tkalcic street 17 Cathedral spires 18 Cathedral spire 19 Cathedral
20 Kaptol square and cathedral 21 Cathedral at dusk 22 Ivan-Tkalcic street 23 St Mary church tower 24 Mary column
25 Cathedral 26 Staircase to market 27 House facade with sundial 28 Sundial 29 Ivan-Tkalcic street 30 Ivan-Tkalcic street
31 Ivan-Tkalcic street 32 Ivan-Tkalcic street 33 Hotel Academia 34 Ivan-Tkalcic street
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