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Cadastre as a sources for analysis of urban development, experiences based on the example of Zagreb Lower Town (Zagreb Donji grad) 1862-1914.


Slukan-Altić, Mirela
Cadastre as a sources for analysis of urban development, experiences based on the example of Zagreb Lower Town (Zagreb Donji grad) 1862-1914. // Bild und Wahrnehmung der Stadt / Opll, Ferdinand (ur.).
Linz: Auftrag des Österreichischen Arbeitskreises für Stadtgeschichtsforschung und in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Wiener Stadt-und Landesarchiv und dem Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institut für Stadtgeschichtsforschung, 2004. str. 199-218


Naslov
Cadastre as a sources for analysis of urban development, experiences based on the example of Zagreb Lower Town (Zagreb Donji grad) 1862-1914.

Autori
Slukan-Altić, Mirela

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Bild und Wahrnehmung der Stadt

Urednik/ci
Opll, Ferdinand

Izdavač
Auftrag des Österreichischen Arbeitskreises für Stadtgeschichtsforschung und in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Wiener Stadt-und Landesarchiv und dem Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institut für Stadtgeschichtsforschung

Grad
Linz

Godina
2004

Raspon stranica
199-218

ISBN
3-900387-59-1

Ključne riječi
Zagreb, functional and morphological characteristics, urban development, European context

Sažetak
The era of the 19th century is particularly significant for urban development as the beginning of a period of rapid town growth, characterized by an intensive transformation of functional and morphological town structures promoted by traffic and industrial development as well as by an increase in population. Industrialization did not start at the same time in all European countries and did not develop with the same intensity in all locations. The development of industry in the Croatian countries was brought about mainly by the expansion of the railway system, which commenced during the second half of the 19th century. This is the reason for the beginning of industrial urbanization in Croatia. So the turning point in the urban development of Zagreb was its connection with the railway network of the Habsburg Monarchy in 1862. After being linked to the railway-system, Zagreb could finally valorise its main quality – the outstanding traffic position that would form the basis for its future economic and urban development. At the same time the railway traffic connection was the condition and impulse for its growth to a large industrial city. So the railway construction in 1862 represents the real turning point in the development of Zagreb when the city assumed a completely new direction in its urban, economic and demographic growth. After 1862, as a result of the new development conditions, Zagreb started to develop from a pre-industrial to an industrial city.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest



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Projekt / tema
0205002

Ustanove
Hrvatski državni arhiv

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Mirela Altić, (209401)