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Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia, a former Yugoslav republic, is situated in the southwestern part of Central Europe, on the slopes of Medvednica mountain, in the Carpathian Basin. The Sava, Danube and Drava rivers flow through the city and border the eastern part of the region. The gently sloping hills of Medvednica mountains and the fertile land of Pannonian Plain make most of Zagreb. The Pannonian Basin extends up to the Alpine, Dinaric, Adriatic and Pannonic regions making an excellent gateway between Central Europe and the Adriatic Sea.
The highest peak is Sljeme which reaches an altitude of 1032 metres. During the winter season, the peak is visited by many tourists for skiing and other winter sports.
Plitvice Lakes, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is located near Zagreb and easily reachable by public transport vehicles. The National Park is famous for its forests, interlinked lakes and waterfalls.
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|Jan||03 (37)||-04 (25)||July||26 (78)||14 (58)|
|Feb||05 (41)||-03 (27)||Aug||25 (77)||14 (57)|
|Mar||11 (52)||01 (34)||Sep||22 (71)||11 (51)|
|Apr||14 (58)||05 (41)||Oct||15 (59)||06 (43)|
|May||20 (68)||09 (48)||Nov||08 (47)||02 (35)|
|June||23 (74)||13 (55)||Dec||03 (38)||-02 (29)|