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Za·greb

 (zä′grĕb)
The capital and largest city of Croatia on the Sava River in the north-central part of the country. Originally a Roman town, it came under the control of Hungary in the 1200s. During the 1800s, the city was a center of Croatian nationalism, and it became the capital of an autonomous Croatia within the kingdom of Hungary in 1868. Zagreb was a part of Yugoslavia from after World War I until 1991.

Zagreb

(ˈzɑːɡrɛb)
n
(Placename) the capital of Croatia, on the River Sava; gothic cathedral; university (1874); industrial centre. Pop: 685 000 (2005 est). German name: Agram

Za•greb

(ˈzɑ grɛb)

n.
the capital of Croatia, in the NW part. 1,174,512.
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