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Queen Jelena Madijevka Park

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Nicole
Nicole
April 28, 2020
A historic sight, beautiful garden on a hill overlooking old Fosha city gates and a coffe place inside it
Vladimir
Vladimir
November 4, 2018
Quiet place for relaxing.
Marija
Marija
July 26, 2018
set in a beutifull garden
Mario
Mario
July 16, 2017
A little bit of nature.
Branko&Lucija
Branko&Lucija
July 16, 2017
The Queen Jelena Madijevka Park was built on top of a former military bastion. The peaceful garden has a few benches, walking paths and a café. It's a nice place to chill out and to take a quick bite during walking around the town.

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“Built in 1574 on the site of a former moat, this square takes its name from the five wells that supplied Zadar with water until 1838. Set into the neighbouring bastion is Queen Jelena Madijevka Park, a lovely little garden with shady paths, a cafe and views from the ramparts.”
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Localização
Zadar, 23000