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House named after Nasta Rojc

    Nasta Rojc (b. Bjelovar, Austria-Hungary, 1883 – d. 1964, Zagreb, Yugoslavia) was a Croatian painter. She lived in Scotland from 1924 to 1926 with her lover, Alexandrina Onslow, who worked for the Scottish Women’s Hospitals for Foreign Service during the war in Serbia and Sarajevo. Rojc had a successful exhibition in London at the Gieves Art Gallery, where her work was exhibited until WWII.

    Address : Ulica Vladimira Nazora, Zagreb

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