Snapshot: Zagreb, Croatia

Second snapshot post and I’ve decided to write about Zagreb! This is also more of a blast from the past thing as we’ve visited Zagreb some time ago, last April 2014 to be exact.

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Our first stop was to go see the Cathedral of Zagreb. It’s a Roman Catholic church and it’s actually the tallest building in Croatia. It is also the :most monumental sacral building in Gothic style southeast of the Alps”. As you can see, at the time of our visit, the Cathedral was undergoing some repairs. Even then, I think it was still a sight to see. (=´∇`=)

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Closer view.

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Some of the minute details of the place. I love how elaborate they are. (*´▽`*)

 

 

Inside the Cathedral.

Through our Europe trips, I’ve come to love church windows. I love how distinct and detailed (not to mention colourful!) most of them are. (๑꒪▿꒪)*

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The sarcophagus of blessed Alojzije Stepinac (also known as Aloysius Viktor Stepinac).

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Random shot, haha.

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Also found this Kony sign. lol In my part of the world, the Kony movement never really took off so I was surprised to find one here.

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One of the shops in Zagreb that sells ties.

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St. Mark’s Church that’s located in St. Mark’s Square. For some reason, the roof of this church reminds me of Legos. ;;

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Closer look.

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A statue of Josip Jelačić.

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And here ends my second snapshot post with more to come. (❁´▽`❁)*✲゚*

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