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New Green Map Shows Every Tree, Bench & Playground in Zagreb

Green Map Zagreb (photo credit: Zrinjevac.hr)

Green Map Zagreb (photo credit: Zrinjevac.hr)

A new initiative from Zrinjevac, who are in charge of designing, organising and maintaining public and other green areas such as playgrounds, sports and recreational facilities in the city of Zagreb…

On Zrinjevac’s website they have published a Green Map of Zagreb. The map not only marks where every tree, bench, rubbish bin, climbing frames, seesaws, sand pits, swings, slides and roundabouts are, but they also detail which kind of tree it is, including the Latin name, and the tree’s measurements. With the playground equipment and benches it details the condition they they are in with the date they were checked.



So if you want to know the name of a tree you saw in the city, or where to find the nearest play area for the kids, click on the interactive map below.


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