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The museum building, itself a marvelous Baroque palace dating from the late 18th century, is situated in the historical city center. Originally the residence of several baronial families the building later became official abode of Zagreb mayors. In 1930 it became the museum of the city’s historical relics. The collection comprises over 140,000 items ranging from ancient stone artifacts, to religious items, heraldry, to fine art and represents an important cultural and historical heritage of the Croatians.
The Plitvice National Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Croatia, a marvelous natural gem and definitely worth a visit. It is located 134 km from Zagreb, and covers an area of 300 square kilometers where 16 beautiful turquoise lakes are connected by a series of waterfalls. The tallest waterfall is 135 meters high. The park area was granted the UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. Several recreational opportunities are available in the surrounding area: rafting and canoeing are available in the nearby rivers.
Zagreb has great nightlife. The clubbing is diverse and people are nice, and bars and clubs are open until late. There are many bars and pubs in the old town, especially popular in the summer. The area of Jarun Lake harbors Zagreb’s hottest clubs and bars often hosting world’s finest DJs. The biggest mainstream dance club is Aquarius (http://www.aquarius.hr) overlooking Lake Jarun. Young people and those looking for underground culture prefer Tvornica (http://www.tvornica-kulture.hr) and Mocvara (http://www.mochvara.hr). High-class culture also abounds: there are around 20 permanent and seasonal theatres. The Croatian National Theatre (http://www.hnk.hr) features a rich program of theatre, opera and ballet.