City squares play an important role in urban life, serving as a place for meetings, commerce and cultural events. Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is no exception, representing a historical center with a rich history and modern active dynamics.
Since the 17th century, the square has been used as a market for livestock and produce, but over time it has developed into an attractive public space. The live broadcast shows its modern appearance, where pedestrians intersect with continuously moving trams, reflecting the dynamic rhythm of city life.
Ban Jelačić Square became the starting point for exploring the historical districts of Hradec and Kaptol in Zagreb. The bronze statue of Count Josip Jelačić von Bužim, who gave the square its name, is an integral part of its architectural heritage.