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King Tomisław Square (Trg kralja Tomislav) in Zagreb is one of the central city squares, you can admire here, including The 19th-century Art Pavilion and the equestrian statue of King Tomisław Croatian by sculptor Robert Frangeš-Mihanović.
The square has a train station, which is why it is often one of the first places visited by tourists. The majestic building of the Art Pavilion, which was built in connection with the Millennium Exhibition in Budapest in 1896, attracts attention.
The pavilion was successfully moved to Zagreb, the ceremonial opening took place in 1898, then an art exhibition was organized. From that time until today, the pavilion serves as an exhibition space, important exhibitions of artists from around the world are organized here.
The square was built at the end of the nineteenth century, initially named after the Austrian emperor and the king of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Croatia - Franz Josef I. It gained its new name only in the 1920s.