Zagreb, Croatia -- Before the Poor Claires were invited to Zagreb, the new order that came to be known as the Jesuits arrived. Today's University of Zagreb traces its DNA back to their establishment of a church and school in the southeast corner of the Old Town. The academy continued after the Jesuits were disbanded by Pope Clement XIV in 1773. For centuries most of the Croatian intelligentsia came from here.

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