It was an accident that we spent a day at the Croatian National theater in Zagreb. We’d seen signs all over town for an exhibit featuring some of Da Vinci’s inventions built by engineers. Something got lost in translation and we thought the exhibit was at the National Theater, but it wasn’t, so we did what anyone […]
“When I moved out, and across the country, I took the toaster. That’ll show you. How are you going to toast anything now?” — note accompanying “The Toaster of Vindication” at the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb. There are a lot of other “artifacts” (as the museum calls them) with cheeky notes that make you laugh […]
Dolac Market in Zagreb is an iconic sight associated with the city. It’s open every day just north of Ban Jelačić Square. It was literally steps away from our apartment and yet we almost missed photographing it!
Mirogoj cemetery in Zagreb is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. Outside of the cemetery, a huge wall dotted with small pavilions and crawling with ivy towers over you, but it somehow still manages to feel very welcoming. There’s something about the quiet beauty of the place that just draws you in.
Here are a few shots from my birthday…we got (a little) dressed up (as much as the heat would permit!) and wandered around Zagreb during the day, then went out with friends in the evening. This was one of the most absurdly hot days I’ve ever experienced anywhere (it felt like 115°F or something with […]
A heat wave isn’t as unbearable when you’re by the sea, but in the middle of a city like Zagreb, it can be rough. Luckily, our local friends told us abut lake Jarun (pronounced ‘Yare-oon’ and not ‘Gare-on’ like we thought 😉 ), a lake formed by the Sava River in the neighborhood Jarun right […]