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History of Zagreb - Modern Zagreb

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AIRPORT ZAGREB TAXI TRANSFER SERVICE

  "Transfer service" is a group of company for taxi services, passenger transport, car rental. We offer airport transfers, taxi service, acceptance of passengers at airport terminals, railway stations, bus stations, etc. .. Many years of experience guarantee the quality and level of transportation service you need. Read more about us taking a look at our pages that you can access by clicking the link above. Also for any information and offers please contact us via the online form, directly to our e-mail or by telephone. Among our many clients there are famous international companies, and also you can impress your business partners with our service VIP transportation service and service Airport Zagreb Taxi .

History of Zagreb - Modern Zagreb



Although much has been said and written on the subject of Old Zagreb and even on the development of the Donj Grad during the 19th century, research into building activities in  Zagreb at the turn of the century or even later has been inadequate and unsatisfactory.

The twentieth century began with the  Art Nouveau style, which during its short life, from 1899 until the World War I, was present in the central part of the Donj GRad.

The most notable achievements of  Zagreb Art Nouveau were the building of the Ethnographical Museum (at 14, Mažuranić Square), the former sanatorium building (Children's Clinic) in Klaićeva Street and the most conspicuous among them, the building of the National and University Library on Marulić Square. The Modernist Movement, led by the architect Viktor Kovacic, presented itself in the building of St. Blaž Church at the corner of Deželić Drive and Primorska Street on the eve of the World War I.

At the turn of the century (1902), the city boundary was moved from Međašnji Square (today's Eugen Kvaternik Square) eastwards, and thus Stara Peščenica and Maksimir  with their surroundings became part of the city area. Building activities were more intensive in the east part of the city, that is, in the wide-open spaces east of Palmotićeva Street. Zagrebacki Zbor, the forerunner of the Zagreb Fair, organised its shows and displays on the riding school premises in present day Martićeva Street, and the area of the Burza served as the fair grounds. The period between the two wars saw this area developing into a distinguished quarter of Zagreb. Here were the buildings of the former Stock Exchange in 1925-1926 (at 3 Burza Square), the most significant work of the architect Viktor Kovačić, the round-shaped Exhibition Pavilion created by Ivan Meštrović (today's Croatian History Museum) and the Đuro Salaj Hall, which were all built at approximately the same time as the three nearby squares: Burza, Great Croats and Peter Krešimir IV Squares, in accordance with the zoning plan of the east part of Zagreb

In the 1930s a new style and concept, called functionalism, appeared in architecture and here the Zagreb School of Architecture promoted it. Building activities were flourishing in those years, as Zagreb was becoming an important industrial and business centre with approximately 280,000 inhabitants before the onset of the World War II. The suburban settlements were rather neglected and most of them sprang up spontaneously along with the inflow of new population, which was evident in Trešnjevka and Trnje.

The first railway line to connect Zagreb with Zidani most and Sisak was opened in 1862 and in 1863 Zagreb received a gasworks. The Zagreb waterworks was opened in 1878 and the first horse-drawn tramcar was used in 1891. The construction of the railway lines enabled the old suburbs to merge gradually into Donj Grad, characterized by a regular block pattern that prevails in Central European cities. This bustling core hosts many imposing buildings, monuments, and parks as well as a multitude of museums, theatres and cinemas. An electric power plant was erected in 1907 and development flourished 1880-1914 after the earthquake in Zagreb when the town received the characteristic layout it has today.

Working class quarters emerged between the railway and the Sava, whereas the construction of residential quarters on the hills of the southern slopes of Medvednica was completed between the two World War's.

During the 1920s the population of Zagreb went up by 70 percent and it was the largest demographic boom in the history of Zagreb. In 1926 Zagreb had its first radio station in the region and in 1947 saw the first Zagreb Fair.

The area between the railway and the Sava saw much new construction after the  Second World War. After the mid- 1950s, construction of new residential areas south of the Sava river began, resulting in Novi Zagreb (New Zagreb). The city also expanded westward and eastward, incorporating Dubrava, Sesvete, Podsused, Jarun and Blato among other settlements.

The cargo railway hub and the international airport Pleso were built south of the Sava river. The largest industrial zone ( Žitnjak) in the southeast represents an extension of the industrial zones on the eastern outskirts of the city, between the Sava and Prigorje region.

In 1987 Zagreb hosted the Summer Universiade.

Urbanized lines of settlements connect Zagreb with the centres in its surroundings: Sesvete, Zaprešić, Samobor, Dugo Selo and Velika Gorica. Sesvete was the closest one to become a part of the  agglomeration and is in fact already included in the City of Zagreb rather than  Zagreb County, which excludes the city. It is now part of the expanding urban area on the east side seizing up to Dugo Selo.


Why is the Airport Taxi Zagreb Transfer Service from Zagreb Airport to Zagreb center the best way of transportation ?

 

A reliable 24/7 Airport Zagreb Taxi Transfer service will take You to Zagreb City in a safe and comfortable way.
We offer a fast, reliable and secure taxi service, excellent rates. Our taxi drivers speak English and will be happy to help you in any way they can. If you need transportation while you are in Zagreb City please contact us.

Airport Taxi Transfer Service - We will pick you up and drop you off at Zagreb Airport , your taxi will be waiting in a case of delay without any additional costs.
Once you reach Zagreb City in a modern, air conditioned taxi vehicle, you will feel much better than spending hours in a public bus.
Did we mention that our prices for taxi transfers to and from Zagreb Airport are the best?

Mini Van or Mini Bus Taxi Service - if you travel to Zagreb City with a lot of luggage, or more people than a regular taxi can transport, you can select a mini van or a mini bus to take you to Zagreb City. Our mini vans and mini buses are very comfortable, air conditioned and suitable for larger groups or families. Children travel in a child seat and count as an adult.

Airport Taxi Transfer is the safest way of transportation from Zagreb Airport to Zagreb City.
Book Your Airport Taxi Transfer from Zagreb Airport to Zagreb City  in advance.
This way You will get the best taxi service available.
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