The famous St. Mark’s Church in Zagreb is one of the oldest buildings in the city and one of its most recognizable symbols. It was built in the XIII century in the Romanesque style from which left window into the south wall and the bell tower base.
Later on, during the XIV century, it was reconstructed and turn into a late Gothic style, particularly standing out ribbed vaults cut and luxurious southern portal with statues of the twelve apostles. Finally, with its third reconstruction, the church has taken on neo-Gothic style that is kept till nowadays.
The most recognizable part certainly is the church roof with historical coats of arms of Croatia and Zagreb from the 19th century.
Published on: 24.01.2011