These include: The Archaeological Museum, Croatian Natural History Museum, Museum of the City of Zagreb, Arts and Crafts Museum, Croatian Naive Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art and many others.
The city offers much in the way of cultural enjoyment with scores of permanent and seasonal theatres,exhibitions and concerts. Of these, The Croatian National Theatre is the most impressive.
The Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall is visited by 800,000 people each year.
... More /> In addition, Zagreb is the venue for many festivals including the World Festival of Animated Films, the Music Bienniale, the international festival of avant-garde music and the Week of Contemporary Dance.
Zagreb has a continental climate, the summers being hot and dry and the winters cold and with frequent snowfall. Autumn is a season of rain and fog and spring is the best season for a visit.
The history of Zagreb dates from 1094 when King Ladislaus founded a Cathedral and the settlement Kaptol developed to the north along with the fortifications ... More of Gradec.
Today the latter is known as Gornji Grad and forms the city’s Upper Town, one of the best preserved city centres in Croatia with the the Gothic church of St. Mark's dominating the main square.
The most important industries are production of electrical machinery, chemicals, textiles and food and drink products . Zagreb is now a major international trade and business centre.
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