Ban Jelacic square in Zagreb city, Croatia (cam#2)


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Named after Ban Josip Jelacic, a prominent Croatian military leader and national hero, the square serves as a focal point for social gatherings, cultural events, and daily activities in the city. At the center of Ban Jelacic Square stands the impressive Mandusevac Fountain. This iconic landmark holds a special place in Zagreb's history and folklore. Legend has it that the fountain marks the spot where a brave young girl named Manduša stood up to an invading Ottoman soldier, thus becoming a symbol of courage and resistance. The fountain was built in the late 19th century and has since become a beloved meeting point for locals and tourists alike.
Adjacent to the fountain, you'll find a magnificent statue of Ban Josip Jelacic on horseback. This majestic monument serves as a reminder of Jelacic's significant role in Croatian history and his efforts to advance the country's independence and development. The panoramic camera captures the dynamic scene of Ban Jelačić Square, providing a real-time view of the Mandusevac Fountain, and the vibrant street life that surrounds it.


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