Mirogoj Cemetery - Zagreb, Croatia
ĆOSIĆ Krešimir 26. 11. 1948, Zagreb, Croatia - 25. 5. 1995, Washington, USA Croatian professional basketball player from Yugoslavia. Ćosić played in four Olympic Games: 1968, 1972, 1976, and 1980 in Moscow when he led his team to the gold medal. He previously led Yugoslavia to a pair of World Championship gold medals in 1970 and 1978. In the years following basketball he worked in the USA as a Croatian diplomat at the embassy in Washington, D.C. Ćosić died in 1995 of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
NEDBAL Oskar 26. 3 . 1874, Tabor, Czech - 24. 12. 1930, Zagreb, Croatia Czech violist, composer, and conductor of classical music. Because of mounting personal debts, Nedbal committed suicide by jumping out of a window of the Zagreb Opera House on Christmas Eve, 24 December 1930.
PETROVIĆ Dražen 22. 10. 1964, Šibenik, Croatia - 7. 6. 1993, Denkendorf, Germany Croatian basketball player - Cibona Zagreb, Real Madrid, Portland and New Jersey (both NBA). Dražen Petrović died as a passenger in a car involved in a traffic accident on the rain-drenched Autobahn 9 at Denkendorf, near Ingolstadt
PRERADOVIĆ Petar 19. 3. 1818, Grabrovnica, Croatia - 18. 8. 1872, Fahrafeld, Austria Croatian Serb poet. Grandfather of Paula Preradović (October 12, 1887 - May 25, 1951), known professionally as Paula von Preradović or by her married name as Paula Molden, was a Croatian and Austrian writer and narrator. She composed the lyrics for the national anthem of Austria in 1947, Land der Berge, Land am Strome.
TUĐMAN Franjo 14. 5. 1922, Veliko Trgovišće, Croatia - 10. 12. 1999, Zagreb, Croatia the first president of Croatia in the 1990s