According to this legend, the city government, which wanted to drink, he ordered a girl named Manda take water from Lake Mandu evac (now a fountain), using the construction: 'Zagrabi, Mando!'. There is an assumption that the name Zagreb is connected with the Zagros Iran. The climate of Zagreb, wet subtropical with four distinct seasons. Summers are hot and winters – cold. The average winter temperature – 1 C, average summer temperature – 20 C. Especially the hot end of May. temperatures above 30 C.
Highest recorded temperature – 40.4 C in July 1950, the lowest -27.3 C in February 1956. Zagreb – a city rich in history. The first recorded appearance of the name of Zagreb 1094 year. While the city existed as two different City: smaller, eastern Kaptol (Kaptol), inhabited mainly clergy who lived in Zagreb Cathedral, and a large, western Grades (Gradec), inhabited mainly by farmers and traders. Grades and Zagreb were merged in 1851. During the existence of Yugoslavia, Zagreb was a major business center in the country. After the disintegration of Yugoslavia, Zagreb became the capital of Croatia.
History of Zagreb much earlier than the date of 1094, when the Hungarian King Ladislav (Ladislaus) founded a diocese. Next to the bishop began to develop the quarter, which developed in the north of the Cathedral, as well as the quarter Gradec on a nearby hill. Today is the last – the Upper Town of Zagreb and is one of the stored urban neighborhoods.