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Directions to Hrvatski Sabor (Zagreb) with public transportation

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How to get to Hrvatski Sabor by Bus

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From Sesvete, Zagreb 59 min
Bus - 282282
Bus - 281281
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Bus - 150150
From Arena Centar, Zagreb 78 min
Bus - 222222
Bus - 217217
Bus - 201201
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From Lučko, Zagreb 73 min
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Bus - 132132
Bus - 109109
Bus - 118118
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From Čulinečka, Zagreb 88 min
Bus - 214214
Bus - 215215
Bus - 201201
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From Travno, Zagreb 47 min
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Bus - 221221
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Bus - 150150

How to get to Hrvatski Sabor by Train

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From Sesvete, Zagreb 43 min
Walk
Train - 80168016
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From Arena Centar, Zagreb 42 min
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Train - 40534053
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From Lučko, Zagreb 52 min
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Train - 40534053
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From Čulinečka, Zagreb 47 min
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Train - 80168016
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From Travno, Zagreb 75 min
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Train - 50025002
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What are the closest stations to Hrvatski Sabor?

  • The closest stations to Hrvatski Sabor are:
    • Markov Trg is 34 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Habdelićeva is 110 meters away, 2 min walk
    • Kamenita Vrata is 197 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Muzej Grada Zagreba is 228 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Katarinin Trg is 237 meters away, 4 min walk

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Bus, Light Rail or Train and other options are relevant public transportation alternatives that may be used to reach your destination. The following transit lines have routes that pass near Hrvatski Sabor - Light Rail: 11, 14, 17; Train: 4053, 5002, 8016; Bus: 118, 150, 201.

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Hrvatski Sabor, Zagreb
Hrvatski Sabor, Zagreb The Croatian Parliament (Croatian: Hrvatski sabor) or the Sabor is the unicameral representative body of the citizens of the Republic of Croatia; it is Croatia's legislature. Under the terms of the Croatian Constitution, the Sabor represents the people and is vested with legislative power. The Sabor is composed of 151 members elected to a four-year term on the basis of direct, universal and equal suffrage by secret ballot. Seats are allocated according to the Croatian Parliament electoral districts: 140 members of the parliament are elected in multi-seat constituencies, 8 from the minorities and 3 from the Croatian diaspora. The Sabor is presided over by a Speaker, who is assisted by at least one deputy speaker (usually four or five deputies). The Sabor's powers are defined by the Constitution and they include: defining economic, legal and political relations in Croatia, preservation and use of its heritage and entering into alliances. The Sabor has the right to deploy the Croatian armed forces abroad, and it may restrict some constitutional rights and liberties in wartime or in cases of imminent war or following natural disasters. The Sabor amends the borders of Croatia or the Constitution, enacts legislation, passes the state budget, declares war and decides on cessation of hostilities, adopts parliamentary resolutions and bylaws, adopts long-term national security and defence strategies, implements civil supervision of the armed forces and security services, calls referenda, performs elections and appointments conforming to the constitution and applicable legislation, supervises operations of the Government and other civil services responsible to the parliament, grants amnesty for criminal offences and performs other duties defined by the constitution. The oldest Sabor with extant records was held in Zagreb on 19 April 1273. This was the Sabor of Slavonia, and not of Croatia and Dalmatia. The earliest Sabor of the Kingdom of Croatia and Dalmatia dates to 1351. The Parliament session held in 1527 in Cetin affirmed the House of Habsburg as Croatian rulers. After this, the Sabor became a regular gathering of the nobility, and its official title gradually stabilised by 1558 as the Parliament of the Kingdom of Croatia and Slavonia. Since 1681, it has been formally called the Diet of the Kingdom of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia. In 1712, the Sabor once again invoked its prerogative to select the ruler, supporting what later became the Pragmatic Sanction of 1713. Since the mid-1800s, the Sabor has regularly met and its members have been regularly elected. Exercising its sovereignty once again on 29 October 1918, the Sabor decided on independence from Austria-Hungary and formation of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs which later joined the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. The Sabor did not meet between 1918 and 1945, except for an unelected Sabor convened in 1942. The Sabor initially reconvened as an assembly of State Anti-fascist Council for the National Liberation of Croatia (ZAVNOH) in 1943 and evolved since through various structures following the November 1945 elections and several changes of the constitution. After the first multi-party elections since Communist rule and the adoption of the 1990 constitution, the Sabor was bicameral (Chamber of Representatives and Chamber of Counties) until 2001, when constitutional amendments changed it to the unicameral form currently used.
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