Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb was built in 1895 by Viennese architects Hermann Helmer and Ferdinand Fellner, the Croatian National Theatre (Hrvatsko Narodno Kazaliste) in Zagreb sits at the beginning (the northwest corner) of the “green horseshoe” in Donji Grad. It was officially opened on October 14, 1894, by the Emperor Franz Joseph I. The imposing yellow structure in Trg Marsala Tita, is a landmark feature in the Lower Town. The building is a Neo-baroque and Rococo style, with two small domes at the front and a larger dome towards the back.
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