You can see Croatia as you never have before in a remarkable exhibition currently touring the country."National Geographic - Croatia from above" showcases the work of photographer Davor Rostuhar, who has spent the past seven years taking photos of this stunning land from the sky.
The works on display capture familiar scenes - farmlands mid-harvest, Maksimir football stadium at night - from unfamiliar perspectives. Some of the images reveal surprising topographical patterns and shapes, and they all showcases the country's natural beauty. To complete the project, which is the largest of its kind ever undertaken in Croatia, Rostuhar used planes, helicopters and drones. There are 200 unique photos in total.
The exhibition travelled to outdoor venues across 19 Croatian towns and in Milan, visited by 1.2 million people in total. It has now returned to Zagreb; until June 28, you can see the display completely free of charge at one of Zagreb's prettiest parks - Zrinjevac.
After Zagreb the exhibition tours to Poreč (01-12 July), Lošinj (15-27 July), Zadar (30 July -16 August), Korčula (18-26 August) and Samobor (05-17 October).
The exhibition is open every day at Zrinjevac from 9AM to 12PM.