St. Mark's Square

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St. Mark's Church
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Beautiful tile roof
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View from other side

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Full view of church and tile roof
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Close-up of tile roof
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Close-up of tile roof
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Flag at government building on square

St. Mark Square is the center of the Upper Town.  The town parish church of St. Mark was built in the mid-13th century.  The church of St. Mark was reconstructed in Gothic style by the architect Herman Bollé between 1876 and 1882.  The picturesque roof featuring coats of arms of the Triple Kingdom of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia, and the city of Zagreb date back to that period.

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