While in Zagreb, Croatia, make sure to check out some of the more famous museums in the city. One of them is the Mimara Museum, which is located in Roosevelt Square. The museum is home to the donated collection of Wiltrud and Ante Topic Mimara. Mimara was a Croatian art collector who amassed over 3,700 items of art from pre-history to the 20th century. Some of the more famous displays are works by Lorenzettie, Raffaello, and Canaletto etc. You will also find 60 painting by Rembrandt and 50 works by Van der Weyden. There are so many famous names, you will want to spend a great deal of time admiring their works.
Interesting note: although it may be hard to believe, there is some conjecture that a few of the paintings in the museum may be fakes. While the location the Mimara Museum is housed in was opened as a museum in 1987, the building itself dates from the 19th century. It one time served as a gymnasium.
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