Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is the historic city of Central Europe. The whole city consists of three parts: an old city composed of churches, city halls and other ancient buildings; a new district composed of squares, business districts and opera houses; and a modern urban area developed after World War II. The most famous church in the city is St. Mark's Church built in the Middle Ages. It has a gorgeous roof of colored tiles. Its color pattern is composed of two arms and a substrate. It represents the ancient kingdom of medieval Croatia. Its design idea has a typical Slavic style. To the east of St. Mark's Church is the 18th century Banski Dvori Palace, now the presidential palace.
Because the church is on a hillside, you can take a cable car. Governor's Square is 150 metres west, and the entrance of the ropeway is on Ilica Street in Zagreb. Mainly used for easy access to the mountains around the Lotschakta, St. Mark's Church and the Museum of Lost Love. The cable car has a one-way 4 kuna. In fact, the distance is very short, you can climb up the side stairs by yourself. Out of the cable station, about a hundred meters away, you can see the landmark St. Mark's Church. The church is situated in the center of the Upper City and the square of the government office building of the Prime Minister's Office in Zagreb's political core. Unlike our usual churches, the most striking feature of St. Mark's Church is the coloured roof made of red and blue tiles, which makes the usually solemn and sacred church a little more witty and lovely in an instant. The main design is two badges. On the left is the landmark badge of the Kingdom of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia, and on the right is the badge of Zagreb. It is the symbol of Zagreb! The interior of the church is beautifully carved and has various shapes. To the East is the Croatian Parliament and to the west is the Prime Minister's Office. The church was built on the basis of Roman architecture. With three central halls, it has become a unique Gothic architecture. Its south gate is the most expressive sculpture achievement in Europe.
This church is extraordinary. I mainly go for its appearance. It is said to be as beautiful as a fairy tale. After seeing it, I can't help wondering. It's lovely. Coloured roofs, badges on exterior walls should not be a serious church. Next to it is the Croatian government. Parliament and municipal hall buildings are very low-key on its side, but flags are flying to tell people that this is where the political organs are. Not far from it is the famous Museum of Lost Love. There is also an ancient city gate in the other direction. Unfortunately, it is under construction and can not be accessed.
The roof of this small St. Mark's church is unforgettable. The most striking feature of the church is the mosaic-like color roof. The color pattern is composed of two arms and a substrate. The left side represents the ancient city emblem of the ancient kingdom of medieval Croatia. The right side is the city emblem of Zagreb. It has the Croatian flag, three jackals and a representative currency. Mink.
The roof of St. Mark's Church in Zagreb, Croatia, is a Gothic landmark with the works of Meshtrovich, a famous Romanian sculptor. The roof of the church is very attractive. The mosaic emblem is decorated with coloured tiles. On the left is the emblem of several districts in Croatia. On the right is the emblem of Zagreb.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is located inland in the north. Zagreb is a city with distinctive old and new divisions. It's not big enough to take steps to measure the land. The upper city on the west side is the imprint of history, slightly higher than the surrounding elevation, climbing along the steps of the city wall, the city's context is gradually clear in front of us. Medieval towers, nineteenth-century palaces, open-air markets, old St. Paul's church are intertwined, and the Gothic Zagreb Cathedral stands out between a red-roofed and white wall.