Mirogoj Cemetery


The cemetery in Mirogoj Park is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe. Mirogoj is not only the last resting place of the deceased, but also a beautiful park and open-air art gallery. It is also special in that all religions are respected here, not just Christian.
Renowned architect Herman Bollé designed the cemetery with its monumental composition, a 500-meter-long line of Neo-Renaissance arcades with 20 domes. This was one of the greatest projects of European historicism and a real gallery of works by Croatian painters, sculptors and craftsmen.

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№21 of 64 places in Zagreb
№193 of 2178 places in Croatia
№2 of 5 Historic buildings in Zagreb
№28 of 177 Historic buildings in Croatia

Place Type

Historic buildings



Place Location

Aleja Hermanna Bollea 27, 10000, Zagreb


(7 reviews)
very good!!!
The unique Gothic architecture make it an amazing place to visit and we loved the beautiful sculptures and the art places along the graveyard. Wonderful time.
I loved the fact that the cemetary opens its doors to all the deceased, regardless of their religious background
Microgoj is a phenomenal place where croatins visit to remember deceased on November 2 every year. Spectacle of All souls day. Amazing experince.
The buildings designs were very authentic. A very great place for photography and historical site.
I believe this is the largest and most gorgeous cemetery i've ever visited. So much history comes with it
The cemetery is built on beautiful sculptures. Our tour to the great tombstone was much helpful in knowing the history of great rulers of the past.
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