City Hall of Varaždin with two purgars - Varaždin home guard.
Professor Andrzej Fiyszkowski, Poland, with a Varaždin purgar
Excursion to Varaždinske toplice, with Roman archaeological site near the city of Varaždin
Croatian poet and writer Antun Gustav Matoš
"sitting" on a bench in Zagreb. Behind him dr. Pavel Calabek, deputy leader of the Czech math team.
In front of the plaque in honour of a famous inventor Nikola Tesla 1856-1943.
The unit of magnetic induction is tesla, named after him.
When mother of Nikola Tesla
died, he paid a visit to Zagreb in 1892, where he gave a lecture about alternating current. On that occasion he said:
As a son of my homeland I feel it is my duty to help the city of Zagreb in every respect with my advice and work
(Smatram svojom dužnošću da kao rođeni sin svoje zemlje pomognem gradu Zagrebu u svakom pogledu savjetom i činom).
A view to the church of St. Marko in Zagreb from Ćirilometodska street.
The church of St. Marko in Zagreb with its famous roof containing Croatian coat of arms
on the left, and the coat of arms of the city.
Croatian math team at the King Tomislav Square in Zagreb:
Dr. Željko Hanjš (University of Zagreb), leader, Verner Vlačić (Rijeka), Borna Vukorepa (Zagreb), Luka Filipović (Zagreb), Aleksandar Bulj (Rijeka),
Mislav Balunović (Slavonski Brod), Boris Juras (Zagreb), Kristina Ana Škreb, BSc (Universty of Zagreb), deputy leader.