The combination of art, design, spectacle, entertainment, and architecture will once again light up the Croatian capital.
The Festival of Lights Zagreb is not only a place of magical light installations, stunning projections, and playful animations, but also a place of good vibes and positive energy, and an event to welcome spring. Over the five days of the festival, artists will transform the streets, parks, squares, promenades, and buildings into their canvases.
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