King Tomislav Square is a central place of the small Croatian town of Samobor. The main celebrations and concerts, including the Christmas Fair and the day of the city, are held there. On ordinary days, you can see artists and musicians who entertain locals and tourists.
In addition to noisy celebrations, you can always have a look at old buildings constructed on the square in different centuries. This camera is installed opposite the houses № 3, 4, and 5.
The leftmost of them (№ 3) was built at the turn of the 18th19th centuries. Since 1820, the famous hotel, City of Trieste, was here. Later, in 1843, a coffee shop and a reading room appeared in Samobor.
The next building (№ 4) was constructed at the same time, but at first it was a one-story building. The superstructure appeared only in the last 50 years. The facade has baroque features.
5 King Tomislav Square is the building of the municipal hall. It was built by famous architect Varfolomey Felbinger, in the 1820s. At the beginning of the 20th century, two reliefs of the mayors of Samobor were installed on the façades of this house.