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IKEA Zagreb Nearly Complete

These latest photos below show how the first IKEA store in Croatia, located in Rugavica, east of Zagreb, is nearing completion…

No official word on an opening date has come through from IKEA HQ as yet, but management expect the doors to open to the public for the first time in a couple of months at the end of the summer. The product catalogue is reportedly with the printers as the finishing touches are put on the building which will include a restaurant inside. IKEA plan to employ more than 300 people for its Zagreb store. Check out pics of work done on site this month (IKEA)
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