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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Zagreb
Zagreb
, Croatia
Croatia
. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.

CONTENTS

* 1 Prior to 19th century * 2 19th century * 3 20th century * 4 21st century * 5 See also * 6 References * 7 Bibliography * 8 External links

PRIOR TO 19TH CENTURY

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PART OF A SERIES ON THE

HISTORY OF CROATIA

Early history

* Prehistoric Croatia
Croatia
* Roman Pannonia * Roman Dalmatia * Origins of the Croats * White Croatia
Croatia
* White Croats
White Croats

Middle Ages

* Avar Khaganate
Avar Khaganate
* Duchy of Croatia
Croatia
* Pannonian Croatia
Croatia
* Southern Dalmatia * March of Istria
March of Istria
* Kingdom of Croatia
Croatia
* Union with Hungary * Republic of Dubrovnik * Republic of Poljica
Republic of Poljica

Modernity

* Ottoman Croatia
Croatia
* Republic of Venice
Republic of Venice
* Kingdom of Croatia
Croatia
* Croatian Military Frontier
Croatian Military Frontier
* Illyrian Provinces
Illyrian Provinces
* Kingdom of Illyria * Kingdom of Slavonia
Kingdom of Slavonia
* Kingdom of Dalmatia
Kingdom of Dalmatia
* Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia
Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia

20th century

* World War I

* State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs * Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Kingdom of Yugoslavia
* Banovina of Croatia
Croatia

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* World War II

* Independent State of Croatia
Croatia
Federal State of Croatia
Croatia

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* Socialist Republic of Croatia
Croatia

Contemporary Croatia
Croatia

* Independence * War of independence * Croatia
Croatia
since 1995

TIMELINE

Croatia
Croatia
portal

* v * t * e

* 1st century - Andautonia
Andautonia
was founded * 5th century - Andautonia
Andautonia
was destroyed * 1094 - Diocese of Zagreb
Zagreb
established by Ladislaus I of Hungary
Ladislaus I of Hungary
; Cathedral construction begins (approximate date).

* 1242

* Gradec and Gornji Grad besieged by Tatars
Tatars
. * Golden Bull issued by Béla IV of Hungary ; Gradec becomes a royal free city .

* 1261 - Gradec fortification walls constructed. * 1368 - Population: 2,810. * 1476 - Works begin on Kaptol fortification in August. Bishop Osvald of Zagreb
Zagreb
Diocese permits residence of laypeople in Kaptol for defense purposes, leading to resistance among clergy. * 1479 - Kaptol fortification walls completed. * 1557 - Croatian Parliament
Croatian Parliament
convenes at Gradec. * 1573 - Matija Gubec , leader of the failed Croatian–Slovene peasant revolt , is executed.

* 1607

* Jesuit high school founded. * National library founded.

* 1621 - Zagreb
Zagreb
designated seat of Ban of Croatia
Croatia
. * 1632 - St. Catherine\'s Church built. * 1651 - Catastrophic flood of Medveščak stream in July destroys all houses in Tkalčićeva Street
Tkalčićeva Street
. 52 people drown. * 1669 - Jesuit Academy established. * 1742 - Population: 5,600. * 1771 - Ephemerides Zagrabienses , the first Croatian newspaper, begins publication. * 1776 - Royal council relocates to Zagreb
Zagreb
from Varaždin
Varaždin
. * 1785 - The first bridge over Sava river is built. * 1786 - A large fire sweeps through Gradec, Kaptol and Tkalčićeva Street. * 1797 - Amadeo\'s theatre founded.

19TH CENTURY

* 1805 - Population: 7,706. * 1827 - Musikverein founded. * 1829 - Music school established by Agram Musical Society. * 1833 - City Hall rebuilt. * 1835 - Novine Horvatzke newspaper begins publication. * 1845 - July 29: Protest quelled by Austrian Imperial Army.

* 1846

* Sisters of Charity Hospital established. * Franz Liszt
Franz Liszt
visits Zagreb
Zagreb
and performs in the old theatre on St. Mark\'s Square .

* 1850 - Population: 16,036.

* 1851

* Janko Kamauf
Janko Kamauf
becomes mayor. * Gradec and Zagreb
Zagreb
merged.

* 1852 - Roman Catholic Archdiocese established. * 1860 - National Theatre established. * 1862 - Railway begins operating. * 1866 - Orthodox Cathedral built.

* 1867

* City designated capital of Croatia-Slavonia
Croatia-Slavonia
. * Synagogue consecrated.

* 1871 - Philharmonic Orchestra founded. * 1874 - Franz Josef University founded. * 1875 - Art Society founded. * 1876 - Mirogoj Cemetery
Mirogoj Cemetery
established. * 1877 - Grič cannon begins daily firing. * 1878 - Waterworks begin operating.

* 1880

* Earthquake . * Museum of Arts and Crafts founded.

* 1882 - Vranyczany Palace built. * 1884 - Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters opens. * 1887 - Public telephone network is established. * 1889 - Rudolf barracks completed. * 1890 - Population: 38,742.

* 1891

* The first Zagreb
Zagreb
tramway , a horsecar , begins operating. * Botanical Garden opened to public.

* 1892 - Zagreb
Zagreb
Glavni railway station built. * 1893 - Funicular begins operating. * 1895 - Croatian National Theatre opened, during the visit of Emperor Franz Joseph .

* 1898

* Art Pavilion inaugurated. * Krvavi Most bridge closes. The bridge today remains as a pedestrian street, as the Medveščak stream, which used to flow under, was covered and built over.

20TH CENTURY

* 1901

* Earthquake. * Taxi service established. * Women are allowed to enroll at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Zagreb
Zagreb
.

* 1903 - Observatory inaugurated. * 1904 - Kallina House (residence) built. * 1905 - National Gallery for Croatian Art established. * 1906 - Works on introducing street lighting begin.

* 1907

* City Museum established. * Electric power plant built.

* 1909

* Airfield begins operating near Črnomerec . * Zagreb
Zagreb
Fair established (as Zagrebački zbor).

* 1910 - Electric tramway begins operating. * 1912 - Stadion Maksimir
Stadion Maksimir
opens.

* 1919

* Zagreb
Zagreb
Quartet founded. * Ethnographic Museum founded.

* 1921 - Stadion Concordije built.

* 1922

* City becomes capital of Zagreb
Zagreb
Oblast . * Archdiocesan Grand Gymnasium founded.

* 1924

* Stadion Koturaska built. * NK Maksimir
NK Maksimir
football club formed.

* 1925

* Zoo opens. * Regent Esplanade hotel built.

* 1926 - Radio-stanica Zagreb
Zagreb
(now Croatian Radio ) begins broadcasting. * 1931 - Population: 185,581. * 1937 - Gypsotheque founded.

* 1938

* Mestrovic Pavilion and Sava Bridge built. * V Gymnasium established.

* 1939 - Archaeological Museum established. * 1940 - Vjesnik
Vjesnik
newspaper begins publication.

* 1941

* City designated capital of Independent State of Croatia
Croatia
. * September 14: Sabotage at the General Post Office .

* 1942 - University Hospital established. * 1943 - Bombing by Allied forces . * 1944 - Bombing by Allied forces .

* 1945

* Bombing by Allied forces . * Mladost sports society is founded.

* 1946 - KK Cibona
KK Cibona
is founded (as Sloboda). * 1952 - Peasant Art Gallery founded.

* 1953

* Privredni vjesnik business newspaper begins publication. * Population: 350,452.

* 1954

* Technical Museum and City Gallery of Contemporary Art founded. * Gavella Drama Theatre opens.

* 1958

* City government relocates to Stjepan Radic Square. * 1 Ilica Street and Jankomir Bridge built.

* 1959

* Liberty Bridge opens. * Večernji list
Večernji list
newspaper begins publication. * 1 Ilica Street skyscraper is completed.

* 1961 - Music Biennale Zagreb
Zagreb
begins.

* 1962

* Zagreb
Zagreb
Airport begins operating. * Glas Koncila
Glas Koncila
Catholic newspaper begins publication.

* 1964

* Disastrous Sava River flood causes widespread damage and loss of 17 lives. * Presidential Palace built. * X V Gymnasium founded.

* 1967 - Golden Spin of Zagreb
Zagreb
ice skating competition begins.

* 1972

* Animafest Zagreb
Zagreb
begins. * Dom Sportova
Dom Sportova
built.

* 1973

* Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall opens. * Zagreb
Zagreb
TV Tower built.

* 1974

* August 30: Train disaster . * Mamutica
Mamutica
residential apartment complex and Youth Bridge built.

* 1976

* SFera science fiction society formed. * Zagrepčanka built.

* 1981

* Adriatic Bridge opens. * Population: 649,586.

* 1982

* Klovićevi dvori art gallery opens. * Podsused Bridge built.

* 1983 - SFeraKon science fiction convention begins. * 1984 - Radio 101 begins broadcasting.

* 1987

* City hosts Summer Universiade . * Mimara Museum
Mimara Museum
opens. * Cibona Tower
Cibona Tower
, Zagreb
Zagreb
Mosque , and Cibona Sports Center built.

* 1988 - Clinical Hospital Dubrava
Clinical Hospital Dubrava
founded. * 1989 - Chromos Tower built.

* 1990

* May 5: Eurovision Song Contest 1990
Eurovision Song Contest 1990
* May 13: Dinamo Zagreb–Red Star Belgrade riot . * Slobodni tjednik newspaper begins publication.

* 1991

* Zagreb
Zagreb
Stock Exchange formed. * October 4: Bombing of Zagreb
Zagreb
TV Tower . * October 7: Bombing of Banski dvori
Bombing of Banski dvori
.

* 1995

* Zagreb
Zagreb
crisis begins. * May - Rocket attacks by Serbian forces. * New building of the National and University Library is opened.

* 1996

* Radio Student begins broadcasting. * November: Protest against Radio 101 closure. * Marina Matulović-Dropulić becomes the first female mayor of Zagreb.

* 1998 - Jutarnji list
Jutarnji list
newspaper begins publication. * 1999 - International Piano Competition Svetislav Stančić begins.

21ST CENTURY

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* 2000

* Milan Bandić becomes mayor. * Amadeo Theatre and Music Company founded. * Stadion NŠC Stjepan Spajić built.

* 2001 - Political Science Research Center founded.

* 2002

* Zagreb
Zagreb
Pride march begins. * Vlasta Pavić becomes mayor. * Zagreb
Zagreb
School of Economics and Management founded.

* 2003

* Zagreb
Zagreb
Film Festival begins. * Nedjeljni Jutarnji weekly newspaper begins publication.

* 2004

* Poslovni dnevnik
Poslovni dnevnik
business newspaper begins publication. * Zagrebacka Televizija begins broadcasting. * HOTO Tower built.

* 2005

* Milan Bandic becomes mayor again. * 24sata newspaper begins publication. * ZagrebDox film festival begins. * Serbian Orthodox Secondary School founded.

* 2006

* INmusic festival
INmusic festival
begins. * Eurotower and Zagrebtower built.

* 2007

* Homeland Bridge
Homeland Bridge
opens. * Zagreb
Zagreb
Jewish Film Festival begins.

* 2008

* Subversive Film Festival begins. * October 23: assassination of Ivo Pukanić . * Arena Zagreb
Zagreb
built.

* 2009

* Museum of Contemporary Art opens.

* 2010 - Museum of Broken Relationships established.

* 2011

* Population: 790,017. * Lauba art gallery established.

* 2012

* Sky Office Tower built.

* 2013

* 2013 European Figure Skating Championships

* 2014

* xCimos tower built * New building of the Academy of Music completed.

* 2015

* Strojarska Business Center completed.

SEE ALSO

* History of Zagreb
History of Zagreb
* List of mayors of Zagreb
Zagreb
* Timeline of Croatian history * Timelines of other cities in Croatia: Rijeka , Split

REFERENCES

* ^ A B C D E F G Šašić, Miroslav. Leko, Petra, ed. " Zagreb
Zagreb
kroz stoljeća" . Zagreb: Program priredaba (in Croatian). Zagreb: Zagreb Tourist Board (July/August 2016): 7–8. ISSN 1333-6584 . * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Kaptol". * ^ http://hrcak.srce.hr/50472 * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Amadéovo kazalište". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Narodne novine". * ^ A B C D "Agram", The Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.), New York: Encyclopædia Britannica, 1910, OCLC
OCLC
14782424 * ^ Colin Lawson , ed. (2003). "Orchestras Founded in the 19th Century (chronological list)". Cambridge Companion to the Orchestra. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-00132-8 . * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Grički top". * ^ "Insider’s guide to Zagreb", The Guardian
The Guardian
, 6 July 2015 * ^ "Vodoopskrba". vio.hr (in Croatian). Zagreb
Zagreb
Holding. Retrieved 11 April 2014. * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Muzej za umjetnost i obrt, MUO". * ^ "Zagrebačka telefonija – Zbirka telefona Zlatka Ivkovića". mgz.hr (in Croatian). Zagreb
Zagreb
City Museum . 1999. Retrieved 28 November 2012. * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Rudolfova vojarna". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Botanički vrt Prirodoslovno-matematičkog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Uspinjača". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Krvavi most". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Zvjezdarnica Zagreb". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Zagrebački velesajam". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Hrvatska radiotelevizija". * ^ "Glyptotheque History". Retrieved November 14, 2012. * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Cibona, Košarkaški klub". * ^ "Population of capital city and cities of 100,000 or more inhabitants". Demographic Yearbook 1955. New York: Statistical Office of the United Nations . * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Most slobode". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Neboder". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Zračna luka Zagreb". * ^ http://www.iahr.org/e-library/beijing_proceedings/Theme_C/THE%20SAVA%20RIVER%20FLOOD%20FORECAST.html Archived February 24, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
Wayback Machine
. * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Svjetski festival animiranog filma (Animafest)". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Radiotelevizijski toranj Sljeme". * ^ United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
, Statistical Office (1987). "Population of capital cities and cities of 100,000 and more inhabitants". 1985 Demographic Yearbook. New York. pp. 247–289. * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Muzej Mimara". * ^ Zagrebački leksikon 2006 , "Bolnice, klinike, lječilišta". * ^ "Global Nonviolent Action Database". Pennsylvania, USA: Swarthmore College
Swarthmore College
. Retrieved 27 December 2013. * ^ "Think Tank Directory". Philadelphia, USA: Foreign Policy Research Institute . Retrieved 27 December 2013. * ^ "Population by Age and Sex, by Settlements, 2011 Census: City of Zagreb". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics
Croatian Bureau of Statistics
. December 2012.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

* "Agram", Austria-Hungary, Including Dalmatia and Bosnia, Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1905, OCLC
OCLC
344268 * F. K. Hutchinson (1909), "Agram", Motoring in the Balkans, Chicago: McClurg & Co., OCLC
OCLC
8647011 * Tony Fabijančić (2003), "Zagreb", Croatia, Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, ISBN 0888643977 * Bilić, Josip; Ivanković, Hrvoje, eds. (2006). Zagrebački leksikon (in Croatian). Zagreb: Miroslav Krleža Institute of Lexicography and Masmedia. ISBN 953-157-486-3 .

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