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First Festival of Lights in Zagreb to be Held in March

From 16 – 19 March 2017, the capital of Croatia will host for the first time the Festival of Lights Zagreb.

With the support of the City of Zagreb and in organization by the Zagreb Tourist Board, the historic center will be illuminated with the cutting-edge lighting solutions based on very recent lighting technologies.

“Festival of Lights Zagreb is the first festival of its kind in our city, and attractive audio-visual installations and projections will come to life at seven locations: Vranyczany Plateau, plateau Gradec, Jesuit Square, Gallery Klovićevi dvori, Lotrščak Tower, tunnel Grič and Tomićeva Street,” Zagreb Tourist Board says.

Lotrščak Tower

The theme of the festival is the season of spring, which symbolises the awakening, growth and renaissance, therefore each of the locations will try to evoke the springtime through light performances that will be held from 7 to 11 pm, while tunnel Grič will be opened from 6 pm.

Grič tunnel (photo credit: Zagreb Tourist Board)

More details about the programme here.

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