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Zagreb
Medvedgrad
Zagreb
altCommanding a spur of the mountain 4km southwest of Sljeme, the fortress of Medvedgrad was built in the mid-thirteenth century at the instigation of Pope Innocent IV in the wake of Tatar attacks,
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Mount Medvednica
Zagreb
altThe wooded slopes of Mount Medvednica, or "Bear Mountain" (also known as the Zagrebačka Gora, or "Zagreb uplands"), offer the easiest escape from the city, with the range's highest peak, Sljeme (1033m),
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Novi Zagreb
Zagreb
altSpread over the plain on the southern side of River Sava, Novi Zagreb (New Zagreb) is a vast grid – iron of housing projects and multi-lane highways  that nowadays looks much less attractive than its utopian planners intended.
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Jarun
Zagreb
altOn sunny days, city folk head out to Jarun, a two-kilometre-long artificial lake encircled by footpaths and cycling tracks 4km southwest of the city centre. Created to coincide with Zagreb's hosting of the 1987 World Student Games,
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Remete
Zagreb
From the western side of Maksimir park, Bukovačka cesta threads its way uphill through increasingly affluent hillside residential districts before arriving at Remete, a village suburb some 6km north of the city centre.
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