Zapre

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NK Inter Zaprešić - History - Name Changes
... NK Sava (1929–1932) NK Jelačić (1932–1945) NK Zaprešić (1945–1962) NK Jugokeramika (1962–1991) NK Inker-Zaprešić (1991–2003) NK Inter-Zaprešić (2003–pr ...
Zaprešić - Notable Inhabitants
... A known historical resident of Zaprešić was Count Josip Jelačić of Bužim (1801–59), the Ban of Croatia from 1848 until his death ... Although born in Novi Sad, Serbia (then Croatia), he received an estate in Zaprešić together with his title ... marking the start of the democratic era, the statue was returned to the square, and Zaprešić credits Jelačić with a major arterial road named in his honor ...
Zaprešić - Transport
... part of European Route E59, and pan-European corridor Xa) pass through the eastern part of Zaprešić, providing Zaprešić with highway access at a cloverleaf interchange ... The State Route D225 is a major arterial road in Zaprešić ... along the northern and western railway lines to clear the center of Zaprešić of 25,000 daily commuters driving on a two-lane road ...
Zaprešić - Geography
... Zaprešić is a part of the metropolitan area of Croatia's capital and largest city, Zagreb ... The small Lužnica River marks the western city border of Zaprešić ... The Zaprešić metropolitan area consists of Zaprešić and seven surrounding municipalities Brdovec, Bistra, Dubravica, Jakovlje, Luka, Marija Gorica, and Pušća ...
Stadion ŠRC Zaprešić
... Stadion ŠRC Zaprešić is a football stadium in Zaprešić, Croatia ... It was built in 1987 and it serves as home stadium for football club NK Inter Zaprešić ...