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New Hotel Complex to Become Croatia’s Tallest Building

PromoA new hotel complex in the Croatian capital Zagreb is set to become the nation’s tallest building…

The Savica Project hotel complex, which will see a 120-metre hotel, 2 apartment blocks and a 135-metre business tower built-in the Zagreb suburb of Savica, is reportedly worth more than 150 million euros.  The complex will also to be home to shops, a supermarket, a heath centre, fitness and wellness, restaurants, cafes, a library and a kindergarten. Tportal reports that building will start shortly. The hotel and business tower will surpass Croatia’s current tallest building, the 94.6-metre Zagrepčanka. (pic: promo)

Croatia's current tallest building - the Zagrebčanka

Croatia’s current tallest building – the Zagrepčanka

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