St Mark's Church

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St Marks Church, Zagreb
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Time Out says

Two coats of arms grace the red-white-and-blue chequered roof of this emblematic church: Zagreb's and Croatia's. Since the 1200s when the Romanesque original was built, the church has gone through many architectural styles – note the Gothic south portal and baroque, copper-covered belltower. Inside are hand-painted walls by Jozo Kljaković and a crucifix by Meštrović. The square outside, housing the Ban's Palace and the Croatian Parliament, has been the hub of political activity since the 1500s.



Address: Trg sv Marka 5
Transport: All trams to main square then funicular
Price: FREE
Opening hours: For Mass
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