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Located in Marshal Tito Square, surrounded by wonderful architecture, the statue of St. George adds up to the lovely surroundings. The statue itself is impressive and very detailed, I was truly impressed by it.
I stumbled upon this statue while walking from Dolac Market to St. Mark's Church. A local told me that once I see this statue, I should turn left to reach my destination.
Briefly stopped here to take pictures of this statue.
During our travels within Europe, the statue of St George slaying the Dragon, would have be the most prolific. It is said that this scene depicts christianity over coming paganism. This particular statue has pride and place within Republic Square.
Bronze statues everywhere in Zagreb, really. After a while, tend to blur into an inconspicuous mass, becoming a taken-for-granted part of the landscape.
Still, this one is decidedly grander than the one near the old Stone Gate in Upper Town, so it may be worth...More