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During the Homeland War in the 1990’s, the village was completely destroyed.It was renovated with the help of Croatian Ministry of Development and Reconstruction.
People thought that it was a magical or a miraculous painting and since then, they have come to the site to pray and make offerings.
On the inside of the doors on the wall, they have used the space as a chapel with benches for the people to pray before the image locked behind iron bars and surrounded by candles and flowers.
Lower Town – Parks – Maksimir Park & Zagreb Zoo, (tram #7 if you are coming from the Central Bus Station or trams #11 and #12 from the main square or the #4 of your coming from the railway station). Great place to chill out, drink coffee, eat lunch (picnic or at the park’s restaurant) or take nice long walks through the forest or by the small lakes.
Good for joggers, cyclists, also child and dog-friendly. The 85-year old ZOO now also has red pandas and a variety of animals living in questionable conditions.
But the bad luck goes on, in 1880 it was seriously damaged during an earthquake.
In 1990 exterior renovations set in motion to battle against the wearing effects of time. Jelacica) by the stairs, you will find the colorful Dolac market. Mark’s Church – In the highest area of historic Zagreb this church is characterized by its roof with red, blue and white representing the coat of arms of Zagreb.The square where it is situated is a symbol of political life because here are the locations of the Sabor (Parliament), neoclassical building, and the Croatian government.Stone Gate – Only one of the city’s four gates, the eastern one, has been preserved and this leads to the Gradec neighborhood.Plitvice Lakes National Park is Croatia’s best known national park and the only one of eight that is listed on the UNESCO List of World Heritage sites.The main attractions of this park, are the 16 small lakes joined by waterfalls created by the sedimentation of travertine, a special type of limestone.Today, there are about 30 households in Rastoke, and their wish is to renew the water mills and start running businesses.Most of the households started renting out rooms for tourists.Because of its extraordinary natural beauties and historical tradition, in 1962 Rastoke village fell under the protection of the State Directorate for cultural and historical heritage.Many ancient civilizations, as well as contemporary urban environments, witness that the water has always attracted people to come to its banks and settle there.Most of the houses were built at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Grain from nearby villages was constantly being milled here, and since its location is by the main road – which connects southern and northern part of Croatia – it became the intersection of various buyers, dealers and livestock traders.This rich village constantly suffered war damages and other social-caused troubles that destroyed it and set its development back to the beginning.