King Tomislav Square


The monument to the first Croatian king was erected after the Second World War in 1947, although the famous sculptor built it in 1938. The monument itself is positioned opposite the historic building of the Central Station, in the landscaped park Zrinjevac where many visitors enjoy the Zagreb sun. It is said that a wise ruler who defended Croatia and fought against the Hungarians and Bulgarians, led the largest Croatian army in history, and in 925, with the blessing of Pope John X, was crowned the first Croatian king.

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№28 of 64 places in Zagreb
№974 of 2178 places in Croatia
№7 of 15 City parks and squares in Zagreb
№20 of 112 City parks and squares in Croatia

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Trg Kralja Tomislava


(2 reviews)
very good!!!
I associate Zagreb with this square, it is as a starting point for exploring the old city. There are not many people in the park, beautiful flowers are planted on the sides of the Boroque building. Very nice place for an evening walk
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