Eugen Kvaternik Square

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Eugen Kvaternik Square from the air
Intersection of Domjanićeva and Maksimirska Streets at the northeast corner of the square

Eugen Kvaternik Square (Croatian: Trg Eugena Kvaternika, also known as Kvaternikov trg or nicknamed Kvaternjak or Kvatrić by locals) is a square located on the border between Maksimir, Gornji Grad - Medveščak and Donji Grad city districts of Zagreb, Croatia. It marks the intersection of Vlaška Street, Dragutin Domjanić Street, Maksimirska Street, Vjekoslav Heinzel Avenue, and Pavao Šubić Avenue. Kvaternik Square is one of the most frequented squares in Zagreb.

The square has recently undergone a large renovation project. The renewed square incorporates an underground parking garage.[1] However, the renewal has been met with resistance from nearby inhabitants for functional and aesthetic reasons.[2] The square is a major transport hub within Zagreb, with ZET tram routes 4, 5, 7, 11, 12 and 13 traversing or terminating at the square.


  1. ^ "Bandić pustio promet preko obnovljenog Kvaternikovog trga". (in Croatian). HINA. Retrieved 24 September 2016.
  2. ^ Ferić, Zoran. "Unakazili su mi Kvatrić" [They disfigured Kvaternik Square for me]. Nacional (in Croatian). No. 657. Archived from the original on 30 June 2012. Retrieved 10 October 2008.

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Media related to Kvaternik Square at Wikimedia Commons Coordinates: 45°48′53″N 15°59′50″E / 45.81472°N 15.99722°E / 45.81472; 15.99722