Zrinjevac Square

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General Information

Zrinjevac Square known locally in full name terms as ‘Nikola Subic Zrinski Square’ is a square and park in the Croatian capital, Zagreb. The park was originally just a muddy area but with improvements made to the area in the 19th century, it has become an area for tourists and locals to go to relax. The square has a music pavilion, a column and water fountain but is mainly a large green area in the Lower Town area of the city. The Square is surrounded by a sight for sightseers on each of its four sides, with the Supreme Court of Croatia on the north side, The Zagreb Archaeological Museum on the west side, The Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts on the south side, and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration and the Zagreb County Court on the east side.

Getting there

The square is within walking distance of Zagreb's central stations and is accessible by its transport system.

Opening Times and Admission

Entry is free with it being a public area.

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  • Zrinjevac, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
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