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  Current local time in Zagreb - Croatia
Make a Personal World Clock and include Zagreb
When can I call/have a meeting with someone in Zagreb?
Show time difference between Zagreb time and other time zones
www.timeanddate.com /worldclock/city.html?n=281   (253 words)

  
  Zagreb Convention Bureau
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is situated in the heart of Europe.
Zagreb, the capital of the Republic of Croatia, is one of the oldest European cities and is yet one of Europe’s youngest metropolises.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is a Central European city that has excellent air, road and train connections to other European and non-European cities.
www.zagreb-convention.hr   (237 words)

  
  AllRefer.com - Zagreb, Former Yugoslavia (Former Yugoslavian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Zagreb is Croatia's largest industrial, manufacturing, and financial center and, prior to Yugoslavia's disintegration in the early 1990s, was also Yugoslavia's largest.
Zagreb is the seat of a Roman Catholic archbishop, an Orthodox Eastern archbishop, a Protestant bishop, and a grand rabbi.
Zagreb was a center of the Croatian nationalist movement.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/Z/Zagreb.html   (421 words)

  
  Zagreb - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zagreb (pronounced: [ˈzɑː.greb]) is the capital city of Croatia.
Zagreb is the largest city in Croatia and the only one whose metropolitan area exceeds one million people.
The wider Zagreb area has been continuously inhabited since the prehistoric period, witnessed by the archaeological findings in the Veternica cave from the Paleolithic and the excavation of the remains of the destroyed Roman town of Andautonia near the present village of Ščitarjevo.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Zagreb   (3998 words)

  
 Zagreb County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zagreb county - Zagrebačka županija is a county in central Croatia.
Named after the city of Zagreb, this county is very historic: its center, the city of Samobor has existed since 1242, and was one of the first tourist resorts in the region.
The Zagreb county borders on the Krapina-Zagorje county, the city of Zagreb and Varaždin county in the north, Bjelovar-Bilogora county in the east, Sisak-Moslavina county in the south and Karlovac county in the southwest.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Zagreb_county   (214 words)

  
 Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy
It is with honor and great pleasure that we invite you to the Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy 2007 in Zagreb, Croatia's capital city, which will take place from March 15-17, 2007.
These Competition will be an opportunity to show once again the beauty of this sport which brings skaters together from all parts of the world, and connects countries and continents both off and on the ice.
It will also be an opportunity for the people of Zagreb to show what good hosts they can be, and for spectators to show once again their support and enthusiasm.
www.zagreb-snowflakes-trophy.org   (224 words)

  
 Zagreb   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Zagreb is the cultural, scientific, economic and governmental center of the Republic of Croatia.
Zagreb is the seat of the central government, administrative bodies and almost all government ministries.
In 1776 the royal council (government) moved from Varaždin to Zagreb and during the reign of Joseph II Zagreb became the headquarters of the Varaždin and Karlovac general command.
www.tocatch.info /en/Zagreb.htm   (5341 words)

  
 Zagreb - the capital of Croatia
ZAGREB, the capital of Croatia, -situated on the slopes of Medvednica Mountain (Zagrebacka Gora) and along the banks of the Sava river; elevation 120 m; population 706,770.
Zagreb is a big Croatian tourist centre, not only in terms of transit from West and Central Europe to the Adriatic Sea but also as a tourist destination.
Zagreb is not only rich in cultural and historical monuments, museums and galleries, it also has a variety of modern shops, and offers good quality of diversified restaurants as well as sports and recreation facilities.
www.kroatien-online.com /en/tourism/cities/zagreb.htm   (1913 words)

  
 ZAGREB The Capital of CROATIA
Zagreb is a city of green parks and walks, with many places to visit.
Zagreb Airport is located 17 km from the centre of the city, or 20-25 minutes by bus.
Zagreb is a chaotic mix of Italian, Austrian and Balkan influences, a mishmash of medieval and modern.
www.find-croatia.com /zagreb   (611 words)

  
 O ZAGREBU
City of Zagreb is cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative center of the Republic of Croatia with seat of Parliament, President and Government of the Republic of Croatia.
University of Zagreb is the oldest in Croatia and one of the oldest in Europe.
City of Zagreb is responsible for 38 cultural institutions which include 10 city museums, most significant of which are City of Zagreb Museum, Museum of Art and Craft and Museum of Contemporary Art.
www.zagreb.hr /Dokument.nsf/AboutZagreb?OpenPage   (504 words)

  
 about Zagreb
Zagreb the capital of Croatia, -situated on the slopes of Medvednica Mountain (Zagrebacka Gora) and along the banks of the Sava river; elevation 120 m.
In 1776 the seat of the Croatian Royal Council (government) was relocated from Varazdin to Zagreb, and under Joseph II the town became the seat of the Varazdin and Karlovac Generalates.
Augustin Kazotic, the Zagreb bishop from 1302 to 1322.
www.croatiabooking.net /zagreb.html   (6428 words)

  
 Zagreb travel guide - Wikitravel
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and a charming medieval city with architecture and cobbled streets reminiscent of Vienna, Budapest, Prague and other Central-European capitals.
Zagreb airport is also served by the low-cost carrier German Wings that flies to and from Cologne, Stuttgart, Hamburg and Berlin (Schönefeld).
Zagreb taxi service is considered quite expensive due to monopolistic position of the taxi company[1].
wikitravel.org /en/Zagreb   (3291 words)

  
 .:zagreb snowflakes:.
Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia, hosted the fifth World Synchronized Skating Championships from April 1 to 4, 2004, with over 550 skaters from 23 teams and 18 countries of the European, American, Asian, Australian and African continents.
Zagreb is also the hometown of Sanda Dubravčić-Šimunjak, the 1981 European figure skating silver-medallist, an athlete who was honored with lighting the Olympic torch at the Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo two decades ago.
Zagreb, with its long tradition of the "Golden Spin," hosted the European Figure Skating Championships in 1974 and 1979, and the World Junior Figure Skating Championships in 1998.
www.zagrebsnowflakes.com /wssc-zagreb1.htm   (457 words)

  
 adriatica.net > Croatia Zagreb
Zagreb - the capital of Croatia, is placed in the continental part of Croatia and has one million inhabitants.
In the 16th century, Zagreb was the political center and capital city of the Banate of Croatia.
Intensive economic, political and cultural development of Zagreb began in the 19th century when the first theater (1834) and the first university (1874) were founded.
www.adriatica.net /croatia/ogradu_en__4j4v4k4li3h3g3g3h3g3o3j3o3m3ih5j4p5k4li3g__.htm   (721 words)

  
 Zagreb - Croatia - about the city   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Position: Zagreb, the capital of Croatia is situated on the slopes of Medvednica mountain and along the banks of the Sava river; elevation 120m.
Ever since Zagreb is concidered to be the political centre and capital of Croatia and Slavonia.
Jesuits came to Zagreb in 1606 and in 1669 they opened the academy with a curriculum comprising philosophy, theology and laws.
www.croatica.net /2/gradovi/zagreb/zagreb.html   (355 words)

  
 Zagreb Hotels and Travel
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Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, situated on the slopes of Medvednica Mountain along the banks of the Sava River.
Zagreb is not only rich in cultural and historical monuments, museums and galleries, it also has a variety of modern shops, and offers good quality of diversified restaurants as well as sports and recreation facilities.
www.zagrebtravel.com   (1190 words)

  
 Zagreb Fair - Zagreb
Zagreb confirmed its position as the administrative, cultural and economic centre of Croatia.
Zagreb is also the hub of the business, academic, cultural, artistic and sporting worlds in Croatia.
Zagreb is a city of green parks and walks, with many places to visit in the beautiful surroundings.
www.zv.hr /zagreb/index_en.html   (457 words)

  
 Zagreb Weather | Facts, Figures and Information about Zagreb | Croatia
The introduction of the railroad to Zagreb in the 19th century was a key factor in the development of today’s Zagreb.
The addition of Zagreb to the Oriental Express’ schedule was influential in the construction of opulent buildings such as the Regent Esplenade, constructed to cater for the foreign rich who now stopped regularly in Zagreb on their way to Istanbul.
With Yugoslavia’s accession to the league of Communist countries, expansion of Zagreb spilled south of the Sava River; an area now known as Novi Zagreb (New Zagreb) was born, and expansion continued to the east and west, absorbing several suburbs along the way.
www.zagreb-life.com /info/info.php   (1713 words)

  
 Turistička zajednica grada Zagreba - Zagreb Tourist Board
Zagreb je poslovno središte, sveučilišni centar, grad kulture, umjetnosti i zabave.
Svojim gostima Zagreb nudi barokni ugođaj Gornjeg grada, slikovite tržnice na otvorenom, raznovrsne trgovine i ukusnu domaću kuhinju.
Zagreb je dobio Segway City Tour, čime je ravnopravno stao uz bok brojnim svjetskim turističkim gradovima koji gostima nude obilazak grada tim iznimno atraktivnim osobnim transporterom.
www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr   (269 words)

  
 Visit Croatia - Zagreb
Zagreb is called a city of museums as there are more of them per square foot than any other city in the world.
The good citizens of Zagreb are reminded of the time at midday when a gun is fired from the Tower (someone told us that there is a similar ceremony in Edinburgh, only that it occurs at 1 o'clock?!).
In the summer Zagreb university student dorms are used as accommodation for visitors.
www.visit-croatia.co.uk /zagreb   (766 words)

  
 Zagreb String Quartet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Goran Konèar received musical education in Zagreb at the Academy of Music in the classes of M. Bariæ and J. Klima and continued with further studies under Max Rostal (Bern) and H. erying (Geneva).
In the period from 1997 to 2000 he was a solo violist of the Croatian National Theater in Zagreb, and in early 2000 he started playing with the Zagreb Soloists, with whome he occasionaly performed as a soloist.
Martin Jordan received his secondary education in music in Zagreb under S. Prašelj and graduated from the Zagreb Academy of Music in the class of A. Petraè.
www.zagrebquartet.org /news.php?kat_id=85   (564 words)

  
 Balkans Pages: Zagreb   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Zagreb is the capital of the Republic of Croatia.
Zagreb was mostly spared the horrors of this war.
Although they were staunch Croatia's independence supporters and some of them fought in the war, Croatian president Franjo Tudjman changed the name of their favorite team (called Croatia during his life) by a whim to suite his political games (which created wide resentment).
balkansnet.org /zagreb.html   (193 words)

  
 Zagreb Hostels
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, but it has a small-town feel.
Zagreb is one of the prettiest cities I have ever been to.
I just went to Zagreb for some cheap dental work as it's about less than half the price in the U.K. The local bread and cheese are very good, and the seafood is nearly the best in Europe and very cheap.
www.hostelz.com /hostels/Croatia/Zagreb   (848 words)

  
 Zagreb| Culture | Zagreb
Now officially over 900 years old, the city of Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, combines the vibrancy of a fledgling capital city in a newly-independent country with the same appreciation of the past, the rich history and cultural tradition of one of Europe’s most distinguished metropolises.
Nearly 500 years of Habsburg rule are stamped across the city, leaving a rich tradition of culture and appreciation for the arts that remains strong today as Croatia seeks to emerge from the memories of civil war and Communism.
Boasting Croatia’s oldest University, Zagreb's heritage of education and passion for learning is represented by the over 30 separate art collections, containing over three and a half million individual exhibits, and the presence of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb.
www.zagreb-life.com /culture/culture.php   (455 words)

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