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The first governor of the empire austraco

Dominating the square the statue of which gives its name since 1848, the Ban (viceroy or governor) Jalacic, personal advisor of the emperor, besides ruling in three districts and military and civil governor of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia. The statue was removed by the communist regime in 1947 and reinstated in 1990 when Croatia declared independence from Yugoslavia. Jelacic's portrait also appeared in the front of the banknotes of 20 Croatian kuna between 1993 and 2001.

El primer gobernador del imperio austríaco

Presidiendo la plaza la estatua ecuestre del que le da su nombre desde 1848, el Ban (virrey o gobernador) Jalacic, consejero personal del emperador, además de gobernante de tres distritos y gobernador militar y civil del Reino de Croacia-Eslavonia.
La estatua fue retirada por el régimen comunista en 1947, y reinstalada en 1990, cuando Croacia declaró su independencia de Yugoslavia.
El retrato de Jelačić apareció también en el anverso de los billetes croatas de 20 kunas entre 1993 y 2001.
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Drawn sword that changes direction

It 's probably the most famous monument in Zagreb, if only because it gives the name and is located on the [then = 183911] central square of the city [/ then], which marks a bit' the boundary between the ancient and nineteenth century. The equestrian monument dedicated to the governor (bano) Josip Jelacic, the work of the Austrian sculptor Anton Fernkorn, was placed in the square in 1866. Originally it was pointing north, so that the drawn sword was addressed to Hungary. But then, given that even Marx himself had called a reactionary Jelacic in the service of the Habsburgs, the government of Tito in 1947 decided to remove the statue. In 1990, finally, following the new political climate, a petition of citizens convinced him to put the statue in its place. At that point, however, the naked sword was facing south, which some read as a message addressed to the republics of the south, primarily to serbia.

La spada sguainata che cambia direzione

E' probabilmente il monumento più conosciuto di Zagabria, se non altro perché dà il nome e si trova sulla piazza centrale della città, che segna un po' il confine tra città antica e ottocentesca. Il monumento equestre dedicato al governatore (bano) Josip Jelacic, opera dello scultore austriaco Anton Fernkorn, fu posizionato nella piazza nel 1866.

Originariamente era rivolto verso nord, in modo che la spada sguainata fosse indirizzata verso l'Ungheria. Poi però, visto che addirittura lo stesso Marx aveva definito Jelacic un reazionario al servizio degli Asburgo, il governo di Tito nel 1947 decise di rimuovere la statua. Nel 1990, infine, in seguito al nuovo clima politico, una petizione di cittadini convinse a rimettere la statua al suo posto. A quel punto, però, la spada sguainata fu rivolta verso sud, che alcuni lessero come un messaggio rivolto alle repubbliche del sud, in primis alla serbia.
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