March 2011  

Dear citizens and guests of Zagreb
After the joys and snow of winter, spring is upon us. Now here we are, in March: a month that offers numerous cultural, entertainment, sporting, tourist, and trade events. In the meantime, our capital has received another reputable international award.

Dear friends and business partners!
The long list of events that are scheduled to take place in Zagreb throughout March, and in the months to follow, proves that the city leads a very dynamic life indeed. Guests, businesspeople and pleasure seekers alike, can chose from an impressive selection of events and certainly find something to satisfy their tastes and affinities.
Shakira at the Arena
As part of her world tour, “The Sun Comes Out”, Columbian Latino-pop singer Shakira will hold a concert at the Zagreb Arena on May 10th. This will be her second visit to Croatia.
CroTour 2011
International Tourism Fair
The fourth International Tourism Fair, CroTour 2011, will be held between the 23rd and the 26th of March under the high auspices of the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia.
our pick
: Hypo Centre - Epica in Zagreb for the first time
: 4th Gumbek's Days - The Festival of Zagreb's cabaret tradition
: Dom Sportova - Manu Chao in April
: Le Figaro - An Invitation to Zagreb
: T-HT and the Museum of Contemporary Art - The most topical display of contemporary Croatian art
: Buena Vista Club Zagreb - A newly-opened club and Latin centre
: A New Biking Tour - Through Zagreb across the Solar System

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A music treat
Albert Lee and Hogan’s Heroes at Boogaloo Club
One of the best country-rock guitarists in the world, Albert Lee, will hold a concert on March 22nd at Boogaloo Club. He will perform with the backing support of top-class studio musicians and members of the band Hogan’s Heroes,
A Night of Biology
Learn about Life and Life Sciences
Last year's fantastically popular response has inspired the Biology Department of the Natural Sciences Faculty to organize another Night of Biology. During this event, visitors will again be able to glimpse into the secrets of biology and receive answers to many intriguing questions about the creation and survival of living creatures and cells that inhabit our planet.

The Archaeological Museum
What did medieval torture devices look like?
If you have ever been interested in the dark side of medieval times, stories of executioners, witches and torture devices, make sure to visit Zagreb's Archaeological Museum where an interesting, albeit somewhat creepy, exhibition “Medieval Torture Devices” will be open to the public until June 19th.

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