The State Archives in Zagreb
The State Archives in Zagreb was established in 1907 as the Zagreb City Archives, and it was managed by a society called Braća hrvatskog zmaja (The Bretheren of the Croatian Dragon). In 1947 it moved to a beautiful 19th-century Erdödy-Drašković palace in the Upper Town.
The State Archives in Zagreb is now a public institution of special importance for the Republic of Croatia, preserving material created by the administrative and public services, the judiciary, educational, social and health institutions, businesses, banking and monetary institutions, political parties, societies, organizations, as well as the material from family and personal collections spanning the period from 13th to 21st century.
The visitors can have a look around the palace courtyard from Monday to Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., or take a guided tour of the building, permanent exhibition and the courtyard from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., by prior appointment on + 385 1 48 07 167. Admission is free.