Pavao Šubić Avenue

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Southern end of Šubićeva looking north at Petar Krešimir IV Square. A railway overpass can be seen.
Northern end of Šubićeva looking south from Eugen Kvaternik Square

Pavao Šubić Avenue (Croatian: Avenija Pavla Šubića, also commonly known as Šubićeva) is an avenue in Zagreb, Croatia. It connects Eugen Kvaternik Square with Petar Krešimir IV Square. It serves as the border between Maksimir and Peščenica city districts. Pavao Šubić Avenue is four-lane in its entire length with tram tracks between the roadways. Due to the tram tracks left-turns are forbidden at some intersections. The avenue intersects Vjekoslav Heinzel Avenue and Maksimirska Street at the Kvaternik Square, Zvonimirova Street, and Branimirova Avenue at the Petar Krešimir IV Square. As it passes the square, it changes its name to Marin Držić Avenue.

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Coordinates: 45°48′31″N 15°59′30″E / 45.80861°N 15.99167°E / 45.80861; 15.99167