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Zagreb

[ zah-greb ]

noun

  1. a city in and the capital of Croatia, in the northwestern part.


Zagreb

/ ˈzɑːɡrɛb /

noun

  1. the capital of Croatia, on the River Sava; gothic cathedral; university (1874); industrial centre. Pop: 685 000 (2005 est) German nameAgram


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Unusual for a capital sure, but its lack of beaches sees Zagreb less packed than its coastal counterparts and so the prices are resoundingly reasonable here.

Vaulting horse Springboard Landing mat Yurchenko tuck full Natalia Yurchenko unveiled this new vault technique in 1982 at an international competition in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

Before he left Zagreb he transformed the feudal Croatian Diet into an elective assembly.

The Zagreb trial was conducted by a man who gave a good impersonation of Mr. Justice Shallow.

But the Croats, as is shown by other documents from the Zagreb archives, were faithful to their race.

The town of Yugoslavia which, after Austria's collapse, was stirred the most profoundly by its postage stamps was Zagreb.

They were put into a train and transported to the prison at Zagreb.

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