Cathedral Of Zagreb Overview
Originally known as the “Cathedral of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary'', the Cathedral of Zagreb is one of the prime landmarks of the city. Constructed in the 13th century, the cathedral is a magnificent monumental building that has been built on the same place, where a previous building demolished by the Tartars once rested.

This wonderful masterpiece has survived many reconstruction processes and earthquakes. The neo gothic monument of Zagreb Cathedral features a stunning bell tower and a dome, which were destroyed by the 1880 earthquake, but were later restored. The treasury of the cathedral features a myriad of impressive works of sacred objects, spiritual arts, and garments.

Location: 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
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