This year’s Museum Night called “Possible Impossible,” which took place this year under ‘COVID’ circumstances, was the occasion for opening the forthcoming permanent exhibition, a sarcophagus estate at Klanjec Cultural Center. Although not everything is completed. The exhibition brings a…Click Me
Croatian Zagorje is a region northwest of Zagreb, bordering Slovenia.
Hrvatsko Zagorje, or the Croats call it ‘Zagorje,’ is historically a significant part of Croatia. It is the region with the most castles, and many Croatian nobles were originally from Zagorje. Zagorje is a hilly region known for its numerous thermal baths, wine roads, and undoubtedly the most famous for its dialect, Kajkavian, which is significant for developing the Croatian language.