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[PHOTO] Largest Ice Park in Croatia Opens

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The largest ice skating rink in this part of Europe has opened over the weekend…

Ice Park on King Tomislav square in downtown Zagreb opened on Saturday as Advent in Zagreb officially started. The Ice Park, which not only is a place for ice skaters to have some fun but will also host concerts, food stalls and much more, is open every day from 10am to 11pm until 10 January.

Check out some photos from the weekend:

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(photo credit/facebook/Mirsad Mehulić)

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