Best Croatia Monuments and Statues

Best Croatia Monuments and Statues

Best Croatia Monuments and Statues
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Best Croatia Monuments and Statues

Best Croatia Monuments and Statues

Best Croatia Monuments and Statues

This monument is one of the examples of abstract plastic, representing the stylized wings of freedom and victory.

Dušan Džamonja received in 1965 an order for designing monument of revolution in small town Podgarić

 

AddressPodgarić, 43233, Podgarić
Opened1967
Created1967
Year1967

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Cathedral and Bell Tower of St. Domnius

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By Minestrone [GFDL or CC BY-SA 4.0 ], from Wikimedia Commons

 

In the 7th century, Avars and Slavs crashed Salon. The surviving inhabitants fled to the islands, from which, after a while, part of them returned to the mainland and settled in an abandoned Emperor’s palace. The Imperial mausoleum turned into a Christian church, removed the pagan idols and the sarcophagus in which the car was resting. From the ruined basilicas in Salona, ​​the bones of the holy martyrs that Diocletian allowed to execute were sent: Dujma, the first Bishop of Salona, ​​and Anastasia, the workers, who were deposited in the emperor’s mausoleum dedicated to the metropolis church.

AddressUl. Kraj Svetog Duje 5, 21000, Split
Height60 m
Architectural stylesAncient Roman architecture, Romanesque architecture

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Nikola Tesla Statue

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By No machine-readable author provided. Mav assumed (based on copyright claims). [CC BY-SA 2.5 ], via Wikimedia Commons
 
In Zagreb, on July 7, 2006, on the corner of Masarky and Preradovićeva Street, a monument was erected by Ivan Meštrović. This monument was moved from the Ruđer Bošković Institute in Zagreb.
One statue is located in elementary school “Nikola Tesla” in Zagreb.
In Split, at the faculty of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and shipbuilding, there is the bistable of Nikola Tesla within the faculty park.
 
AddressMasarykova ul. 2, 10000, Zagreb
 

 

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Oltar Domovine

The Holocaust Monument is a monument to all the Palaces in the Homeland War. The monument is the work of sculptor Kuzma Kovačić, and is located in front of the southern rampart at Zagreb Medvedgrad. Altar of the Homeland, opened on the Day of Statehood on May 30, 1994 President Franjo Tuđman as a place where everyone can respect Croatian homeland.

By Tromber [CC BY-SA 3.0 ], from Wikimedia Commons

Best Croatia Monuments and Statues

Best Croatia Monuments and Statues

 

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