A portrait of Croatia in 100 images

#15 Zagreb – street art

Street art on Branimirova, Zagreb, October 2010
Zagreb street art Croatia HRzag_3121d
Branimirova is a busy street running east from Zagreb’s main railway station, towards the bus station. Along one side is an old wall, some 450m long, which is decorated with murals by around eighty street artists – including this piece by Croatian street artist Lonac. The Branimirova murals were painted in 2010, and were the first project created by the Museum of Street Art (Muzej ulične umjetnosti, or ‘MUU’). The following year an even more ambitious project saw the suburban area of Dugave transformed into the largest concentration of street art in Croatia.
Photo © Rudolf Abraham. No unauthorized use.

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3 responses

  1. Rudolf,your photos are just amazing.
    Croatia is also one of my favourite places.It is just next door to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
    I hope you will visit Sarajevo one day and I know that you’ll simply fall in love with it!
    All the best!

    August 15, 2012 at 8:10 am

    • Thank you, Aida, for the nice comment. All the best with the studies in Perth(?), and hope you get to come back and spend more time in SE Europe again soon!

      September 29, 2012 at 8:58 am

      • Thanks Rudolf.
        Yes I’m born and bread in Perth,but my Bosnian roots
        are really strong. Sarajevo is my big love.
        Cheers!

        September 29, 2012 at 10:31 am

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