Zagreb doesn't have a historical core with very old buildings. The current cathedral was rebuilt between 1880 and 1906 after an earthquake destroyed the previous cathedral building. It's a ROman Catholic cathedral and the tallest building in Croatia. West of the cathedral is the Dolac market, where farmers sell their produce. Between the Dolac market and the upper town there is the Ivan-Tkalcic street, which crosses the entire historical core and is full of cafes and restaurants. Here is where tourists come for lunch and dinner.
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