ZAGREB AND CROATIA
Poštanska i telekomunikacijska škola
,,Poštanska i telekomunikacijska škola” is a high school in the capital of Croatia, Zagreb. The school was founded in 1948 and it was September 17th when school began working. It was just until 1953 that only ,,TT mechanics” were educated there, until first generation of ,,TT fitters” were added as a course to school. School’s location often changed until 1959 when it was finally placed in Kennedy square in Zagreb. After independence of Croatia and by the decision of the city authorities the school was named Poštanska and telekomunikacijska as it stands today. The school employs 54 teachers in total. Some are professional subject teachers and some are general subject teachers. The field of study is IT technology, telecommunications and postal and financial services so the students learn about software and hardware development, basics of electrical engineering as well as different types of coding and programming, web design, and so on. The school’s main goal is to educate enthusiastic teenagers interested in modern technology and to give them the basis to continue their education on college. The school is well equipped, having 6 computer labs, each with about 10-12 computers as well as projectors. Furthermore, the school has Oculus VR equipment, as well as smart board and AutoCAD, MATLAB and Solid Works programs.
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The capital of Croatia and country’s largest city has somewhat more than 800 000 people. The name “Zagreb” is recorded in 1134, in reference to the foundation of the settlement at Kaptol in 1094. The city extends over 30 kilometres (19 miles) east-west and around 20 kilometres (12 miles) north-south. Zagreb is commonly known as a great tourist destination because of its magical winter Christmas market which is declared to be one of the best winter Christmas markets in the whole Europe. It is also visited by numerous tourists from all over the world during the summer.
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Zagreb Cathedral and Treasury
The Zagreb Eye
The Museum of Broken Relationship