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Little Vatican

Marker ikona

Formerly owned by the Zagreb Archbishopry, today Little Vatican is a monumental cluster of residential apartments.

Practically in the very centre of the ‘Martićeva Zone’, this block is so extensive and branched out that newcomers are rarely aware that it is a single building. Popularly known as ‘Little Vatican’, this three-storey residential and commercial complex with a mezzanine between the Vlaška, Martićeva, Bauerova and Ratkajeva streets is the largest building constructed in interbellum Zagreb. Formerly fully owned by the Zagreb Archbishopry, today Little Vatican is a monumental cluster of residential apartments, with various facilities on the ground-floor, from commercial and catering, such as the popular Divas café, to cultural ones, such as the recently opened 3,14 Gallery. Little Vatican was built gradually from 1926 to 1930 according to the design of architect Hugo Ehrlich, and to this day it impresses passers-by with its imposing appearance. Particularly interesting is the detached garden ‘bishop’s house’ in Vlaška street, whose purpose changed over the last twenty years from a day-care centre to yet another contemporary art gallery. It is worth mentioning that Hugo Ehrlich and his colleague Viktor Kovačić had a joint architectural bureau from 1910 to 1915, through which they exerted a crucial impact on the affirmation of modern architecture in Croatia.



Program bar

The bar Program is located on the site of a former charming Divas bistro. Saša Žerajić, the ever-present and loved face of the bistro, who worked there since the opening, decided to create his own concept in the same place. 


PULS*AR was established in December 2013, as a new initiative by principal architects with a collective wealth of experience built through their individual careers, each stretching back almost twenty years. Together, they encompass a wide range of varied concepts, designs, and built developments, winning them international recognition and a host of prestigious awards.

Atelier Ane Barbić Katičić

Ana Barbić Katičić has been exhibiting independently and collectively in Croatia and abroad (France, Belgium, Israel) for 15 years (since graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb). So far she has exhibited 20 times independently, and is a member of Croatian Association of Artists and Croatian Freelance Artists Association.

Home of Printers’ Trade Union

The printmakers’ and publishers’ union is, with its 147 years of constant activity, the oldest union in Croatia and beyond, established as the Croatian Typographic Society.

Kreativni centar Ledana

Unutrašnjost bloka u Bauerovoj 19 jedan je od primjera dugogodišnjeg nastojanja za očuvanjem bivšeg industrijskog kompleksa tvornice leda kao prostora od javnog značaja, a protiv pokušaja njegove privatizacije.