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Zagreb - Die Hauptstadt Kroatiens

Erstellt von Franjo_Tudjman, 18.01.2005, 18:45 Uhr · 597 Antworten · 95.517 Aufrufe

  1. #251
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Neues Musik-Ministerium für Musik in Zagreb:




    [Zagreb] – Construction Update XXX - Page 4 - SkyscraperCity

  2. #252
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Obnovljeni Kvatrić otvara se 1. prosinca[/h1]




    Vjesnik on-line - Zagreb

  3. #253
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
























    So hab mal ein paar Bilder von neueren Geebäuden reingestellt!




  4. #254
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir


























































  5. #255
    Grasdackel
    Cvijetni trg wurde umbenannt.







    Die ganze Geschichte

  6. #256
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    PHOTO: Is Zagreb Really A Shopping Metropolis?
    Shopping centres are growing like mushrooms after rain, but there are still not enough to satisfy people's needs. Here is how it started.

    Although several shopping centres opened in Zagreb in the last years, according to the last Croatian Chamber of Economy’s research, there are however too little of them in relation to the number of inhabitants in the Croatian capital, but also in the whole country.
    For each Czech, for example, there are four times more shopping centre square meters than there are for each Croatian citizen, who disposes of 50 shopping centre square meters in total.
    In this year’s autumn spirit, through which Zagreb received two more big shopping centres, Avenue Mall in Siget neighbourhood (Novi Zagreb) and Mandi in Zitnjak neighbourhood, we went back to the beginning of the 90s to remember how it all happened.
    The shopping mania, in the newly established capitalist Croatian state, started in 1994 with the opening of the sensational Importanne Centar in Ante Starcevic Square, which marked some kind of gradual “goodbye” to the former leading shopping destinations in Trieste and Graz.
    Importanne Centar and Galleria – the first ones in Zagreb
    Ciril Zovko, a businessman from Herzegovina, who came back from Canada, opened Importanne Centar in Zagreb in 1994, which is just a small part of his entrepreneurial empire called Importanne Grupa. The first big shopping centre in Croatia extends over a surface of 31,000 square meters, and it was opened on the day of Pope John Paul II’s first visit to Croatia.
    Five years later, Zvonko opened also Importanne Galleria in Ilberov Suqare. The new shopping centre is spaced on 14 floors, three of which are for shopping.
    Centar Kaptol – The first one to have a multiplex cinema
    On St. Valentine’s day 2000, the biggest shopping-residential complex till then in Croatia, was built over an area of 40,000 square meters and connecting Tkalciceva St. and Nova Ves.
    On the area occupied by the former shoe factory Astra, now you can also find the first multiplex cinema, the popular Broadway-Tklaca, with five movie halls and bars became a popular place for nights out due to its attractive location in the centre.
    King Cross – centre with free playrooms for children
    A new paradise for “shopaholics” arrived two and a half years later in Skorpikova Street in Jankomir neighbourhood. King Cross, which can be mentioned for the insufficient road connections with the rest of the town, is the biggest shopping centre in Zagreb.
    It was the first to have a booking office for invalids, and, among facilities, there are free playrooms for children, and also a public laundry.
    Branimir Centar – luxury with casino and life style hotel
    In the area of the former Kras factory, between the bus station and main train station, Branimir Centar was opened in December 2003.
    With its new shopping centre in Branimirova Street, Zagreb received its second multiplex cinema, CineStar, with 13 movie halls, and also the first four star life style hotel in Zagreb, Arcotel.
    Here you can also find a big slot machine club, Wettpunkt, and the casino is open 24 hours every day.
    City Center One – a 100 million euro investment
    Third by investment value, shopping centre City Center One was open in Croatia in 2006 in Jankomir, four years after King Cross. More that 100 million euros were invested in it, with more than 1,200 employees.
    Avenue Mall – the first one across the Sava
    Avenue Mall’s direction wanted the opening day to be connected with some date, and so they chose August 22, birthday of the first man who crossed the river Sava with his urban plans, Veceslav Holjevac.
    Nevertheless, the works were delayed, and the Novi Zagreb shopping centre, worth 69 million euros, was opened “helter-skelter” a week later.
    A multiplex cinema with 9 movie halls opened with two months delay in Avenue Mall.
    Mandi – centre with apartment simulators for a simpler furniture shopping
    The last shopping centre that was opened in October in Zagreb is situated in Zitnjak neighbourhood, and Italian businessman Zampariniinvested 50 million euros in it. Zamparini is better known as the former owner of Mercatone, which he sold to his French working partner and owner of the Palermo football club in 2003.
    One third of the centre’s area is occupied by a selling space with furniture and accessories for house furnishing, and here a complete assortment is exhibited in an apartment simulator.
    Apart from the already mentioned big shopping centres, people from Zagreb can also shop in smaller and less notorious ones in their neighbourhoods. These are shopping centres Precko, Vrbani, Antunovic in Spansko and Momentum/Lantea in Dubrava.
    Planning to build the biggest centre in the area - Zagreb City Center Laniste
    Despite the big number of centres that opened in Zagreb within a short time, the size limitations leads to an insufficient provision of merchandise. It often happens that boutiques, even those of famous brands, rarely buy new articles, and so also the offer is half way.
    Maybe the situation in shopping centres will improve when the competition increases. This could happen very soon, because there is a plan to build a new big Zagreb City Centre Laniste, immediately next to the river Sava. This shopping centre should be one of the biggest regional shopping and amusement centres in Croatia.
    In the Zagrepcanka St. and Heizelova St. part of the building site, which will remain in the city’s ownership, the city of Zagreb will start the Zagreb City Centre project. Skyscrapers with approximately 3,000 apartments, a shopping centre, gardens, conference halls and a multimedia centre will be build in this area.
    Shopping centre doors open also on Sunday afternoon
    All the big city shopping centres are open till 9 p.m. on working days, apart from Avenue Mall, open until 10 p.m. including Sundays.
    Importanne Centar and Importanne Galleria are closed on Sunday. King Cross is open until 7 p.m. and Mandi until 8 p.m. After new Zagreb Avenue Mall, the shopping centre which stays open the longest on Sunday is City Center One that closes at 9 p.m.
    Thanks to the newly open centres in Zagreb, the number of those who decide to spend their kunas in Italian and Austrian cities, which are still very attended destinations, will be even smaller.
    See photos of the shopping centres in our.

    Javno - Croatia


    Importanne Centar was opened in 1994 in Ante Starcevica Square.



    Follows Importanne Galleria in Iblerov Square, opened in 1999



    Centar Kaptol was opened on St. Valentine's day in 2000.



    King Cross in Jankomir neighbourhood.



    Branimir Centar was opened on the area of former Kras factory.



    Novi Zagreb got Avenue Mall in August 2007.



    Mandi centre in Zitnjak neighbourhood is last in the row of Zagreb's shopping centres



    Zagreb City Center Laniste will be the region's biggest shopping centre.





  7. #257
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Radnička cesta koja zadnjih godina doživljava dramatičnu preobrazbu iz industrijske ceste u modernu poslovnu ulicu, dobit će još jedan moderni kompleks zgrada. Tvrtka PB projekt koja već gradi stambenu zgradu na križanju Bunićeve ulice i Radničke ceste te planira izgradnju kompleksa zgrada za obrazovne namjene između VMD centra i poslovnog kompleksa PBZ grupe, najavila je izgradnju svog trećeg projekta u Radničkoj cesti.
    Riječ je o velikom stambenom kompleksu koji će se sastojati od triju zgrada visine 8 do 9 katova, a nalazit će se na mjestu današnjeg VB centra. Ukupna bruto površina kompleksa iznosit će 76.889 m2, a u njemu će se nalaziti 280 stanova, podzemne garaže s 977 parkirališnih mjesta te 37 lokala za uslužne i ugostiteljske namjene.

    Oko Zagreba






    www.pbprojekt.hr

  8. #258
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    U Zagrebu se nakon 66 godina otvara sinagoga
    Piše: Darko Pavičić
    Foto: Damjan Tadić / Cropix


    Glavni izvođač radova je musliman Safet Burzić Sajo, a rabin Kotel Da Don prezadovoljan je odrađenim poslom

    ZAGREB - Više od pola stoljeća nakon što su ustaše srušili sinagogu u Praškoj ulici u Zagrebu, prema svim pravilima gradnje sinagoge gradi se nova na Mažuranićevu trgu.

    Dok se radovi na sinagogi na Mažuranićevom trgu privode kraju, oni u Praškoj ulici, gdje je nekad stajala sinagoga, još nisu niti počeli. Kada će početi, nitko ne zna, jer su dogovori o gradnji zapeli na relaciji Židovska općina Zagreb i Vlade i Grada Zagreba. Naime, u ŽOZ-u se protive ideji Vlade i Zagreba da u gradnji sudjeluje i zajednica Bet Israel, jer se ŽOZ drži jedinim baštinikom srušene sinagoge u Praškoj ulici.

    S druge strane, i u Vladi i u Gradu Zagrebu postoji golema želja da se s gradnja počne što prije kako bi se izbrisala povijesna mrlja zbog njezina rušenja. Providnost je htjela, čini se, da cijeli pothvat na Mažuranićevu trgu izravno uđe u povijest jer je glavni izvođač na židovskoj sinagogi musliman Safet Burzić Sajo, vlasnik građevinskog obrta Kameni ulaz.

    - Evo, tu će biti ta kocka. Ne, ne, upravo ovdje - objašnjavao je danas majstor Sajo rabinu Kotelu Da Donu gdje treba postaviti podest ispred prostora za sveti kovčeg.

    - Pogledajte, naš se Sajo razumije u židovska pravila bolje od rabina - nasmijao se rabin, najavljujući da će svi radovi biti gotovi za mjesec dana jer za 16. ožujka planira otvaranje sinagoge na koje će doći glavni rabin Izraela te mnogi izraelski i europski rabini.

    Prostor za novu sinagogu vjerska zajednica Bet Israel dobila je od Grada Zagreba, ali je 270 četvornih metara trebalo preurediti po svim propisima. - Sve će biti po propisima, od toga gdje sjedi rabin i kantor do toga gdje se čita pet Mojsijevih knjiga - kaže rabin kuckajući po 200 godina staroj hrastovini od koje je izrađen najsvetiji dio sinagoge u kojemu će se čuvati sveti kovčeg.

    Nova sinagoga za razliku od one u Palmotićevoj ulici biti će okrenuta prema istoku.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------


    Zagreb's two Jewish communities continue their battle over ownership of the site of the former Central Synagogue which is expected to be rebuilt ....

    Ivo Goldstein, Bet Israel: Gradnja sinagoge je važnija od podjela

    Sinagoga u Praškoj simbol je židovske zajednice u Zagrebu. Jedan mi je prijatelj, Hrvat, antifašist, rekao kako će za njega Drugi svjetski rat u Hrvatskoj završiti izgradnjom sinagoge u Praškoj. Taj čin će biti važan i za Hrvatsku u cjelini.

    Iz Židovske općine otišli smo 2005. jer vodstvo općine nije produljilo ugovor s rabinom Kotelom Da Donom, unatoč tome što je 76 posto članova na Skupštini glasalo za njegov ostanak. Utvrdili smo i da se općinskim vlasništvom, najblaže rečeno, nedomaćinski postupa. To se u prvom redu odnosi na uvjete pod kojima je vodstvo općine sklopilo ugovor s gospodinom Jakovom Bienenfeldom o najmu prostora u Praškoj za parkiranje. U rujnu 2006. osnovan je Državni odbor za izgradnju sinagoge. Članovi Bet Israela na mnoge su se načine angažirali u pripremama za gradnju i ne možemo ostati po strani. Državne vlasti su imenovanjem našeg predstavnika u Državni odbor jasno izrazile stav.

    S druge strane, Ognjen Kraus je eksplicitno rekao da ne želi graditi ako Bet Israel sudjeluje u tome. Mi smo za dogovor i kompromis, jer smatramo da je sinagoga važnija od podjela u židovskoj zajednici. (Patricia Kiš)

    Ognjen Kraus, Židovska općina: Nismo odustali, gradnja će početi

    Natječaj za arhitektonsko rješenje Židovskog centra i sinagoge trebao je biti raspisan 2005. godine kada su pripreme za njega privedene kraju. To znači da je izrađen program, glavna podloga na natječaj. Nažalost, zbog nemilih događaja nakon izbora u ŽOZ-u 2005. godine, pokušaja političkog arbitriranja u unutrašnjim stvarima općine i medijskog skandala, došlo je do zastoja. U jesen 2006. Vlada RH obavijestila nas je o osnutku Radne skupine za izgradnju Sinagoge - Židovskog kulturnog centra. U tom tijelu od 13 članova, predstavnika različitih državnih i gradskih institucija, predviđen je jedan jedini predstavnik Židovske općine Zagreb. Pozdravljamo spremnost RH i Zagreba da financijski sudjeluju u projektu, ali ne na najavljeni način i uz neprihvatljive uvjete. Nametanje “vjerske zajednice Bet Izrael” kao partnera ŽOZ-u u tom projektu ponovno svjedoči o pokušaju političke intervencije. Slučaj je bez presedana u europskim demokratskim društvima gdje se poštuje načelo nemiješanja u stvari nacionalnih i vjerskih zajednica. Od gradnje nismo odustali i mogu najaviti da će ona započeti u dogledno vrijeme. (Patricia Kiš)

    http://www.jutarnji.hr/dogadjaji_dan...,14,,108734.jl

  9. #259

  10. #260
    Grasdackel
    Ich weiß nicht ob es jemanden interessiert (wohl eher nicht), aber ich werde am Samstag in Zagreb sein.

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