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[PHOTOS] Ethno Park Opens in Zagreb

Etno Park Zagreb (PR)

Located on 40,000 m2 of land just 11 km from the centre of the Croatian capital Zagreb in Mala Mlaka, Etno Park Zagreb is open for visitors.

An impressive 105-year-old typical house, or čardak as they are known, from Turopolje greets visitors at the entrance.


Dubbed the “Collection of memories”, it is full of unique furniture from different historical periods, including an 1800s Alt Deutsch bedroom, belonging to the Renaissance period, and a Zagreb Art Nouveau dining room from 1920. There is also a Neobaroque wardrobe from 1860 in the old house.

Etno Park Zagreb is located not far from the new Zagreb international airport and is also open for weddings and functions.


You can visit the website here.

Address: Gradska ul. 4, 10000, Mala Mlaka, 10000, Zagreb

(photos: Etno Park Zagreb)

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