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.


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. (=´∇`=)


Closer view.




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꒪▿꒪)*


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


Random shot, haha.


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.


One of the shops in Zagreb that sells ties.



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


Closer look.


A statue of Josip Jelačić.


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


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