The City of Zagreb, capital of Croatia, located on the historic and political threshold between East and West Europe, illustrates both the continental and Mediterranean spirit, joining them into a new and exciting culture.
Zagreb's central square - Ban Josip Jelačić Square - is the beginning of a series of squares and city parks shaped into a famous Lenuci's "Green horseshoe ", named after the urban architect who created it.
The quarter actually includes the first settlements, later serving as ground for the development of the City of Zagreb. These are the hills of Gradec and Kaptol, and areas on the slopes of Medvednica - Šalata and Tuškanac.
The city district Trnje has the most beautiful position in the City of Zagreb of all the city districts - it is mostly located on the river Sava and geographically it is in the very centre of the City.
The district includes the following densely populated residential quarters: Lanište, Kajzerica, Remetinec, Siget, Savski gaj, Trnsko, Trokut and less urbanized units Blato, Botinec, Podbrežje, Tromostovlje and Sveta Klara.