This Pavilion was one of the first pre-fabricated buildings in Europe. Its iron construction, made for the Millennium Exhibition in Budapest in 1896. was later moved to Zagreb. It was opened in 1898. During its more than 100 years, the premises of the Pavilion have hosted retrospective exhibitions of Croatian artists, problem exhibitions and exhibitions of cycles by well-established artists. It also has hosted exhibitions by world known authors (Henry Moore, K. Kollwitz, Auguste Rodin) and foreign galleries have several times made guest appearances here. The Pavilion is also the venue for the Zagreb Salon, Youth Salon and many other very interesting collective exhibitions. Retrospective exhibitions and exhibitions of individual cycles, thematic and problem exhibitions and cultural projects are frequently put on in the Pavilion.