Dolac is the biggest and most famous Zagreb market.
The market was opened in 1930, in the former settlement of Dolac. For a city of about one hundred and eighty thousand inhabitants, as well as in 1930 Zagreb was, new Dolac Market, and the new slaughterhouse in Heinzelova street, which will be open a little later, it was a first-class event.
Josip Jelačić square - the main square in Zagreb and "heart" of the city was named after Count Josip Jelačić.
Today's buildings were created from the beginning of the 19th century. On their facades are visible different architectural styles from neo-styles of the 19th century, Biedermeier and Art Nouveau to modern and postmodern.
Golden Bull, which was issued by Croatian-Hungarian King Bela IV in 1242, was a way of repay to Gradec for hospitality and providing shelter when he was running away from the Tatars. With that document Gradec was declared a free royal city, but also the citizens were commitment to build walls and towers.