At this place you can pray for your family, friends and others, light a candle for their health...You can feel the peace at this place.
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The Stone Gate is between the Old Town and New Town and a lovely walk to and fro. I am not at all religious but it was quite beautiful--evidently a miracle--a painting of the Virgin Mary was all that was left in a fire in...More
This lovely religious grotto may to many simply be a place to shade themselves from the sun. However, to many others it has a deep religious meaning and we saw a man crying and others praying here. There is lots to see here and it...More
While this has a great historical and religious story, it is also a spot or respite on a busy or hot day. There are inordinate crowds that smash up against the relic for photos while more pious people pray among the cacophony. Certainly worth pausing...More
Located in a short tunnel, this religious grotto is really quite unique and well worth seeking out. Because it's a thorough fare, people are just walking through the cobbled path, while others are sitting or kneeling to pray. It's a bid odd, but fascinating. There...More
This is quite a strange place. It is the last surviving town gate in Zagreb and there is nothing too unusual about it except that it contains a chapel. The altar is on one side of the road and there are a few pews on...More
The Stone Gate is the only preserved gate from medieval defence walls and one of the most recognizable symbols of Zagreb ! Gates are first mentioned in 1429,it is assumed to have been built in 1266. In great fire in 1731 was destroyed all wooden...More