Zagreb Orthodox Cathedral

Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb Orthodox Cathedral was built in 1865–66 according to designs of architect Franjo Klein. It is ecclessiastically part of the Metropolitanate of Zagreb and Ljubljana and its cathedral.

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Founded: 1866
Category: Religious sites in Croatia

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Jonathan Stigant (5 months ago)
Beautiful Liturgy on Sept 4 (old calendar). At least 300 in attendance. Outstanding choir!! I was transported- thanks be to God, who gives all good things!!
Miles Macdonald (8 months ago)
Sad to see so many beautiful places under restoration in Zagreb. This church's integrity is being preserved by a large amount of scaffolding both outside and inside. It is however still worth visiting for the beautiful interior murals. Alas they bear testament to the impact of the earthquakes back in 2020. Hopefully this church will be restored to it's full glory with the next two years.
Lucia Vukelić (2 years ago)
Very nice church full of history, sadly one of the last orthodox ones that are opened.
Erica Walker (3 years ago)
Quiet and beautiful place. The interior is beautiful and the whole ambience is really relaxing and calm for a person.
Maria Bitunjac (3 years ago)
One of the most beautiful churches that I visited while in Zagreb. Once you walk through the simple entrance you walk inside the Bible. The walls and ceilings show you all about the life of Jesus and more.
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