Zagreb (prononcé en croate : /ˈzɑːgrɛb/ ; hongrois : Zágráb ; italien : Zagabria ; anciennement nommée en allemand : Agram) est la capitale de la Croatie.Au recensement de 2011, la ville compte 688 163 habitants, tandis que le comitat compte 790 017 habitants, dont 93,14 % de Croates .
La administración de Zagreb está compuesta por doce departamentos, tres oficinas y tres servicios municipales. Todos ellos responden ante el alcalde.  Zagreb está dividido administrativamente en 17 distritos, que a su vez se subdividen en barrios. Cada uno de los distritos está administrado por una Junta Municipal, y su representante es ...
Zagreb (/ ˈ z ɑː ɡ r ɛ b, ˈ z æ ɡ r ɛ b, z ɑː ˈ ɡ r ɛ b / ZAH-greb, ZAG-reb, zah-GREB, Croatian: ()) is the capital and largest city of Croatia. It is in the northwest of the country, along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain.
The club was founded in 1908 as HŠK Zagreb, meaning Hrvatski športski klub Zagreb (Croatian Athletic Club Zagreb). After World War II NK Zagreb had a considerable success in former Yugoslavia being enlisted as a notable club (at least 10 top-flight seasons or at least one title) in Yugoslav First League.
By 1966, Zagreb Airport got a new 5,000 m 2 (54,000 sq ft) state-of-the-art passenger terminal. The runway capacity was lengthened to its current 3,252 m (10,669 ft) in 1974.  In the 1980s Zagreb Airport was the second largest in Yugoslavia by passenger and aircraft movements.
The Zagreb Funicular (Croatian: Zagrebačka uspinjača) is the funicular in Zagreb, Croatia, operated by ZET, situated in Tomić Street, connecting Ilica with Strossmayerovo šetalište (Strossmayer promenade) to the north (Gornji Grad). Its 66-metre (217 ft) track makes it one of the shortest public-transport funiculars in the world.
: 26 The Zagreb VOR was a reporting point for a number of congested airways between northern Europe and southeastern Europe, the Middle East, and beyond. The airspace was divided into three sectors by altitude: the lower sector below 25,000 feet (7,600 m), the middle sector from 25,000–31,000 feet (7,600–9,400 m), and the upper sector above ...