Klovićevi Dvori Gallery

Zagreb, Croatia

Klovićevi Dvori Gallery

Klovićevi Dvori Gallery (Croatian: Galerija Klovićevi dvori, abbr. GKD, or simply Klovićevi dvori) is an art gallery in Zagreb, Croatia. Opened in 1982, the gallery is named after the 16th century Croatian-born artist Juraj Julije Klović, considered to be one of the greatest manuscript illuminators of the Italian Renaissance (the phrase "Klovićevi dvori" literally translates as "Klović Palace" or "Klović Hall").

The gallery is located in the building of a former 18th century Jesuit monastery in the historic area of Gradec in Zagreb's Upper Town, in the vicinity of other landmarks such as St. Catherine's Church, St. Mark's Square, Old City Hall, and Lotrščak Tower. The upper station of the Zagreb funicular is also located nearby, as well as the Museum of Broken Relationships.

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