Van route Belgrade - Zagreb by highway E70. The total mileage between the two cities is 393km. The journey without stopping and crowding takes about 4.5 hours.
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Zagreb (Croatian Zagreb, Hungarian Zágráb, German Agram) is the capital of the Republic of Croatia and the largest city in terms of population. It originated from two medieval settlements on the neighboring hills, the civil Gradec and the episcopal Kaptol. It spreads on the southwestern edge of the Pannonian Plain at an average altitude of 122 m, at the foot of the southern slopes of Medvednica, on the left and right banks of the Sava River. It is located at the junction of the Alpine, Dinaric, Adriatic and Pannonian regions, and the location has enabled Zagreb to become a bridge between the Central European and Adriatic areas.
According to the 2011 census, Zagreb has a population of 792,875, and as the largest city in Croatia, it is also a cultural, scientific, economic and administrative center. It is the largest traffic center in Croatia with a developed industry, long tradition, scientific and research institutions and is the most economically developed city in Croatia.
Zagreb is mainly built of rocks of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic type whose stratigraphic range extends from the Paleozoic to the Quaternary. Medvednica was built from the oldest rocks dating from the Paleozoic, through the Mesozoic to the Cenozoic, while the river deposits in the Sava Valley date from the Quaternary.
In the metropolitan area of Zagreb, seismic activities have intensified as a consequence of intense tectonic shifts. Seismicity is 7 to 9 degrees on the Mercalli scale. Two important faults located in the Zagreb area are the Sava fault, which extends to the slopes of Vukomeričke gorice, and the Medvednica fault, which extends on the stretch Žumberačka gora — Medvednica.
Zagreb is located at 45 ° 49 ′ 0 ″ N 15 ° 59 ′ 0 ″ E in central Croatia, with an average altitude of 122 m in the southwestern part of the Pannonian Plain, at the foot of the southern slopes of Medvednica Mountain, on the banks of the Sava River, which is in lowland river area. The Sava has a typical rain-snow regime with high water levels in spring and autumn, and low water levels in summer, so there are large fluctuations in water levels.
Forests cover 30.45% of the city's surface. The Sava Valley used to be a continuous belt of forests and thickets of willows, poplars and black alders, while today only more or less degraded thickets of these species are present. The pedunculate oak is partially left. In the lower parts of Medvednica, up to 400 m above sea level and on the hills, on the sunny slopes, oak, hornbeam, beech and wild chestnut predominate. Above that limit, from 300 to 800 m above sea level, is dominated by beech, which is mixed with food above that height. Agricultural areas cover 31.84%, while other areas (ie the built-up area) cover 37.71% of the city's territory.
Zagreb is the cultural center of Croatia. The city has cultural institutions of high prestige. In addition, the city is home to almost all major cultural institutions, such as Matica hrvatska and the Croatian Writers' Association.
Exhibits from numerous Zagreb museums, in addition to the historical, artistic and cultural achievements of the city of Zagreb and Croatia, are also exhibits of great historical and artistic value from all over Europe and the world. About thirty museum and gallery collections include more than 3.6 million exhibits.
The Archaeological Museum, founded in 1864, contains almost 460,000 different artifacts and monuments organized in several collections. The most famous is the Egyptian collection, which is unique in the southeastern part of Europe, and the large numismatic collection is one of the most significant and largest in Europe and the world. You can also see the prehistoric, ancient and medieval collection. One of the most important museum exhibits is the Zagreb mummy whose bandages, ie. The Zagreb linen book (Liber linteus Zagrabiensis) with 1,130 words represents the longest preserved written monument of the ancient Etruscans, it is also the only existing Etruscan book and the only linen book from the old century.
The Natural History Museum houses one of the world's most important collections of Neanderthal remains. The gallery includes bones, stone tools and Neanderthal weapons.
The Technical Museum was founded in 1954 and keeps the oldest and still functional machine from 1830. There are also numerous planes, cars, as well as propulsion machines and equipment in the Department of Transportation. The astronautics collection includes models of artificial satellites, orbital stations and spaceships. The museum has a planetarium, a model of a coal, iron and non-ferrous metal mine 300 m long, an apiary, as well as a workshop by Nikola Tesla. Among others, the fire department stands out
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