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The art pavilion was originally installed in 1896 in Budapest to host an international exhibition. After this event, the iron structure of the pavilion was moved to Zagreb, and in 1898, thanks to the efforts of architects Helmer and Fellner, it acquired the form in which we see it now.
The building of the pavilion is a bright structure yellow, built in art nouveau style. On the western facade of the building there are busts of Raphael, Titian and Michelangelo, while the east side is decorated with busts of Croatian sculptors - Vittore Carpaccio, Andrea Schiavone and Giulio Clovio.
In front of the entrance to the art pavilion there is a statue of Andrie Medulicu (Renaissance artist).
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Topic: Art Pavilion in Croatia, Zagreb resort.