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With its art galleries, restaurants and bars, Tkalciceva street is one of t he most prominent streets in Zagreb — rich in experiences as it is in its history. The street spans from Dolac market to Medvescak street, named after a creek that ran trough Tkalciceva.
Many battles between then separated settlements Kaptol and Gradec took place there, giving its most known bridge the ominous name Krvavi most Bloody Bridge. The creek was rerouted in The Bloody bridge was also turned into a small street connecting Tkalciceva and Radiceva streets and kept the name in remembrance to those battles.
Tkalciceva got its current name in honor of Ivan Krstitelj Tkalcevic, a19th century Zagreb historian and priest. The first inhabitants of the street were workers and servants of priests from Kaptol and members of gentry fromGradec. As time went by Tkalciceva turned into a street filled with small crafts and brothels, both regulated by city codes. Tkalciceva got its modern state after the Second World War when most craftsmen moved to the outskirts of an expanding city, and the brothels were closed.
Preserved housings from the 18th and 19th century were turned into bars and small shops. The first inhabitants of the street were workers and servants of priests from Kaptol and members of gentry from Gradec. As time went by, Tkalciceva turned into a street filled with small crafts and brothels, both regulated by city codes.
A lesser known statue is placed midway trough the street, one of a harlot leaning on her window, inviting passers-by to explore the rich and dark history of Tkalciceva street. Back in the past the street was a place of frequent clashes between the two cities — Kaptol and Gradec.