On the way to St. Mark’s Square. See the tiled coat of arms of Zagreb behind?
This cutesy vintage Mercedes W121 190D was advertising a restaurant, Konoba Didov San. Hope I had enough time to have stopped by.
Voila, Church of St. Mark, Crkva sv. Marka, the cutest of all the churches, decorated with patterned tiles on the roof, much classier than those of Burberry.
Banski dvori, the seat of the Government of Croatia, on the left, Hrvatski sabor, Croatian Parliament, on the right.
Supposedly built in the 13th Century with Romanesque window, then reconstructed in late 14th Century as Gothic.
Such cute details on every angle. The contrasting tiles are so beautiful and neat-O..
Tiles representing the coat of arms of Zagreb on the right, and Triune Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia on the left.
Those pretty and beautiful street name signs, comparable to and even better than that of Paris, with dark letters on white background, outlined in bright red clearly represents the artistic nature of Croatian people, along with those signage in Zagreb Airport.
Beautifully decorated windows of Greek Catholic Co-cathedral of Saints Cyril and Methodius, Grkokatolička konkatedrala Sv. Ćirila i Metoda.
The mighty Lotrscak Tower, Kula Lotrščak, standing on Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and the view overlooking city of Zagreb.