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The Croatian Parliament building is also called Croatian Sabor. The building that we see now was built in the neoclassical style in 1908. Until that time, this site was the location of the older parliament building, built in 1731.
The Croatian Assembly is a witness to many significant historical events. In 1918, it was announced from the balcony of parliament that Croatia was secession from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Here, in 1991, it was decided to secede from Yugoslavia and form an independent state.
In 1991, the Croatian Sabor was destroyed by a bomb, but later restored. Against the background of magnificent old buildings, this building looks inconspicuous.
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Topic: The building of the Croatian Parliament in Croatia, resort Zagreb.