Zagreb Funicular

By , 11 Jan 2017, 18:40 PM See in Zagreb

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The Zagreb Funicular is another instantly recognizable symbol of the city and the oldest means of public transport in Zagreb. It takes about a minute for one of the two blue cable cars to get from Tomićeva ulica, in the Lower Town, to Strossmayer Promenade, in Upper Town. Its 66 m track makes it one of the shortest funiculars in the world, but the inclination of 52% also makes it one of the steepest. The funicular has been in operation since 1893 and its steam engines were substituted with electrical engines in 1934.

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    クロアチア首都ザグレブ市長が同市の最も美しい「ティトー広場」(ティトー=旧ユーゴ時代のリーダー)を「クロアチア共和国広場」に改名するよう議会に提案するそうだ。 クロアチア人の多くは、旧ユーゴ時代の歴史から遠ざかりたい思いが強い。 https://t.co/Lexx4qJrI8

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    RT @svetonilovic: Ali zabavno je kako vam imena ulica u Zagrebu diktiraju pipl koji su Zagreb vidjeli prvi put 1990

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