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[VIDEO] Zagreb’s Festival of Lights Opens

Festival of Lights opens in Zagreb (photo credit: Julien Duval)

The first Festival of Lights opened in the Croatian capital last night with impressive lighting displays around the city.

Organised by the Zagreb Tourist Board, with the support of the City of Zagreb, the historic center will be illuminated with cutting-edge lighting solutions based on new lighting technologies nightly until 19 March.

“Festival of Lights Zagreb is the first festival of its kind in our city, and attractive audio-visual installations and projections will come to life at seven locations: Vranyczany Plateau, plateau Gradec, Jesuit Square, Gallery Klovićevi dvori, Lotrščak Tower, tunnel Grič and Tomićeva Street,” Zagreb Tourist Board says.

Check out highlights from the opening last night below.

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