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Trokut (English: Triangle) is a quarter in Novi Zagreb - zapad (New Zagreb - West). It is surrounded by five other quarters: Kajzerica (north), Remetinec (southwest), Sveta Klara (south), Trnsko (southeast, east) and Savski gaj (west). The quarter's name comes from the word triangle, because of the intersection of three railroads, which has an isosceles triangle shape. Trokut is located in the middle of the intersection. It is administratively part of Savski gaj. [1]

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Kajzerica is a neighborhood located in the Novi Zagreb – zapad city district of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. It is located west of Bundek Lake and east of the Western Rotary and Adriatic Bridge. It has a population of 4,387 (2011).

Remetinec is a neighborhood in the Novi Zagreb – zapad city district of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. It is located south of the Remetinec Roundabout and Lanište, west of Trokut and the railway triangle and west of Blato. It has a population of 4,271 (2011).

The quarter is made of more than 500 houses. Trokut can be accessed from Trnsko, Savski gaj and Sveta Klara. Dubrovnik Avenue passes through the northern part of the triangle, but remains unconnected by road to the rest.

Dubrovnik Avenue

Dubrovnik Avenue is an avenue located in the Novi Zagreb part of Zagreb, Croatia. It is mostly six or eight lanes wide. It runs between the roundabout beneath the southward extension of the Youth Bridge in the east and the Remetinec Roundabout in the west of Novi Zagreb. Its most important intersections are those with Većeslav Holjevac and Germany Avenues. Being the main east–west thoroughfare of Novi Zagreb, more than 40,000 commuters travel on it daily.

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  1. "13. Mjesni odbor Savski gaj" (in Croatian).

Coordinates: 45°46.3′N15°57.6′E / 45.7717°N 15.9600°E / 45.7717; 15.9600

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