Golden Spin of Zagreb 2013 will take place in Zagreb, Croatia between December 5th and December 8th, 2013.
It is an international figure skating competition that welcomes Senior skaters competing in all four categories (Men, Ladies, Pairs & Ice Dance).
Golden Spin of Zagreb 2013 will take place at the
Dom Sportova Arena
Trg sportova 11
(Trg Kresimira Cosica 11)
Phone: +385 1 36-50-333
Fax: +385 1 36-50-350
Golden Spin of Zagreb
Friday, December 6, 2013
Official Practices 13:40
Ladies – Short Program 17:15
Pairs – Short Program 18:00
OPENING CEREMONY 19:00
Ice Dance – Free Dance 22:15
Victory ceremony – Ice Dance
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Official Practices 12:00
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Official Practices 08:00
Team Leaders Meeting 12:00
Referees and TC Meeting 14:00
Judges Meeting 14:30
Draws – ID, M, L, P 15:00
Ice Dance – Short Dance 17:30
Men – Short Program 20:30
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Men – Free Skating 11:30
Ladies – Free Skating 14:00 19:15
Pairs – Free Skating 18:00
Victory Ceremony – M, L, P 20:00
Skaters and Judges will be staying at the
Four Points by Sheraton, Hotel
Trg Kresimira Cosica 9
HR-10 000 Zagreb, CroatiaBook your stay here.
Croatian Skating Federation
Zlatna pirueta Zagreba
Trg Krešimira Ćosića 11
10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
Fax: +385 1 309 35 47
Monetary unit in Croatia: Croatian Kuna
Emergency from Mobile 116 or 117
First original settlement that carried the name of Zagreb lied on left bank of Medveščak stream. It enters history in 1094, when hungarian king Ladislav founded first diocese in it. Together with diocese, north from cathedral, arises also a canonical settlement (Kanonička ves) today known as Kaptol.
Zagreb is also county Castrum and seat of governor.To episcopal Zagreb also belongs Vlaska street and from 1247 a part of land of Gradec, where Kaptol built its tower (Popov toranj). Near the Zagreb, on adjacent hill (nowadays known as Gornji grad) there is a fortified settlement Gradec (Grec, Grech).
Both settlements, in 1242 survived Tataric intrusion. The same year, croatian-hungarian king Bela IV grants Gradec so called „Zlatna bula“ a charter which exclude citizens of Gradec from county government, but are pledge to king for mlitary service.
Immediately after tataric retreat citizen are starting to built the walls around Gradec. Fortifying is mostly done by 1266; bastions with towers surrounded city in shape of triangle. Beneath these walls arises new suburbs called Šoštarska ves and Nova varoška ves (today Ilica), and from 1334 on church estate north of Kaptol, Nova ves.
In XV century ottomans are begining to attack this region and king Matija Korvin, 1469 allows the bishop to fortify the Kaptol. Walls with towers,which surrround city in form of quadrangle are done 1478, and walls arround very cathedral were done by bishop Toma Bakač, the addministrator of Zagreb diocese. Read more...
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