Croatian Style Gravestones：A memorial to the burial place of the dead, usually made of stone, but also made of wood, metal and other materials.
Croatian Style Gravestones
Croatia's central cemetery occupies about 100 hectares on a hillside north of Zagreb.The cemetery is in baroque style, with a 100-meter-long baroque tomb gallery on each side of the gate and 18 copper domes above it.Known as the most beautiful cemetery in Europe, the ancient cemetery is now a tourist attraction in Zagreb, thanks to the wall of creepers that enliven it in spring and autumn.Visitors come here to pay their respects to the sages of Croatian history or simply to admire this magnificent building.
The local language for the cemetery is GROBLJEMIROGOJ, which some people transliterated as the valley of micah, which is a little more expressive.Historically, it was a private estate sold to the government for debt.In 1873, the government decided to turn it into a cemetery and invited hermann pollet, a famous german-born architect from Vienna.Pollet designed the entire cemetery in baroque style, including a church, a funeral home, and a tomb gallery.The project lasted 40 years and was not completed until 1929.
But cemetery has enabled from November 1876, has been 300000 people buried here, including the Croatian dignitaries, celebrities, such as the first President of Croatia tudjman petrovich, the famous basketball player, even wave ray himself after his death in 1926, also did not discarded, but buried in this cemetery.
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