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Zagreb appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

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  • Did a nude Kansas bomber gazette Zagreb mobs as naked?… Una did.
  • "Now it’s a Canopus Eye," cited I, "eel bait: a snide Zagreb-born robber gazed insatiable eidetic eyes upon a cast I won."
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Place

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the country, along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain. Zagreb lies at an elevation of approximately 122 m above sea level. In the last official census of 2011 the population of the City of Zagreb was 792,875. The wider Zagreb metropolitan area includes the City of Zagreb and the separate Zagreb County bringing the total metropolitan area population up to 1,110,517. It is the only metropolitan area in Croatia with a population of over one million.

Printed encyclopedias and other books with definitions for Zagreb

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Google previewThe Third Tower Up from the Road (2009)

A Compilation of Columns from McSweeney's Internet Tendency'sKevin Dolgin Tells You about Places You Should Go by Kevin Dolgin

Zagreb is a manageable city, with all the basic city things you'd expect: streets and ...

Google previewTravels in a Europe Restored, 1989-1995 (1997)

by Eric Elstob

Old Zagreb is a town of narrow lanes and cosy houses, but all very shabby. The Gothic cathedral had ...

Google previewStains on My Name, War in My Veins (1991)

Guyana and the Politics of Cultural Struggle by Brackette F. Williams

You boast because Zagreb is an old town, but that is a great pity for you. Everywhere else in Serbia is a new town, and though we have novelists and poets and all, they have now been in no town no more than . . . one generation. So what the ...

Google previewThe Rough Guide to Croatia (2007)

by Jonathan Bousfield

Croatia's underrated capital Zagreb is a typical Central European metropolis, combining elegant nineteenth-century buildings with plenty of cultural diversions and a vibrant café life. It's also a good base for trips to the undulating hills and ...

Google previewBlack Lamb and Grey Falcon (2010)

A Journey Through Yugoslavia by Rebecca West

You boast because Zagreb is an old town, but that it is a great pity for you. Everywhere else in Serbia is a new town, and though we have novelists and poets and all, they have now been in no town not more than not one generation.” (This is ...

Google previewLandscapes of Communism (2016)

A History Through Buildings by Owen Hatherley

about Zagreb is that it's incredibly precise in terms of the periods of its architecture – one era succeeds the previous, usually without one spilling into the other. The part that is Hapsburg is very, very Hapsburg, lushly crumbling, a stage set of ...

Google previewOperation World (2010)

The Definitive Prayer Guide to Every Nation by Jason Mandryk

Novi Zagreb is a region of the capital with one-eighth of Croatia's population – but as of 2007, it had no evangelical church. The Istrian Penninsula, the Dalmatian coast and Zagorje in the north are all frontiers for witnessing believers to move ...

Google preview501 Must-Visit Destinations (2007)

by D Brown, J Brown, A Findlay

Zagreb is a lovely Austro-Hungarian style city, ...

Google previewWhy America's Top Pundits are Wrong (2005)

Anthropologists Talk Back by Catherine Lowe Besteman, Hugh Gusterson

Zagreb is an urbane, ethnically uniform community on the plain, while Bosnia is a morass of ethnically mixed villages in the mountains. Bosnia is rural, isolated, and full of suspicions and hatreds to a degree that the sophisticated Croats of ...

Google previewMirrors and Masks (1997)

The Search for Identity

You boast because Zagreb is an old town, but that is a great pity for you. Everywhere else in Serbia is a new town, and though we have novelists and poets and all, they have now been in no town not more than . . . one generation. .. . So what ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ukraine (2016)

Volume V: St-Z by Danylo Husar Struk

Zagreb. The capital (1990 pop 649,586) of Croatia and its chief cultural and educational center. It is also a religious and educational center of *Križevci eparchy, which has jurisdiction over Greek Catholic Ukrainians in the Bačka region and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of World Geography (2005)

by R. W. McColl

ZAGREB IS THE capital of CROATIA, and it is emerging as one of the leading cities of the regeneration of the Balkan Peninsula. Although it is one of Europe's oldest cities, it also is one of Europe's newest capital cities, since Croatia gained ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cancer and Society (2007)

by Graham A. Colditz

Marotti from the Ruder Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, worked on the cooperation of normal and malignant lymphoid cells in the immune response against sheep erythrocytes. Mention should also be made of important ...

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Scrabble value of Z10A1G2R1E1B3

The value of this 6-letter word is 18 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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