Yes it's just another church, one of many in Europe, but it does have a fantastic tiled roof - showing the coat of arms of Croatia.
.......The legend (mentioned in the previous chapter) inspired a belief in the miraculous nature of the painting, and many people still come here to worship the Blessed Virgin and Child.
Radićeva street is raising from Jelačić square to the northwest. It is convenient way to reach Gornji grad through Kamenita vrata (Stone gate).
You have reached Tkalčić street. Choose one of the pubs and sit!
Tkalčićeva is the best street to have a drink I have ever been to.
It is fascinating to study the architecture in the Upper Town. Some buildings have been beautifully restored. Others are in rough shape--but have a sense of beauty as well.
Statue of Antun Gustav Matos (Strossmayer Promenade, named after Josip Juraj Strossmayer, Bishop of Dakovo, the famous educator and politician.)
Here s a pic with my sister Sanja, she is definitely great, and my personal tourist guide...
Again, thanks to her and to Ivan, her boyfriend :)
This Baroque church was built between 1620 and 1632 and is most famous for its wall paintings and sculptures.
This 13th century church features a multi-colored tiled roof showing the coat of arms of the Kingdom of Croatia, Dalmatia, Slavonia, and the city of Zagreb.