Just a few days ago, a small earthquake could be felt in the Croatian capital of Zagreb, and now just a few days later, the city has been given another small but noticeable shake. The most recent Zagreb earthquake struck this morning, and was felt in the eastern part of the city.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 26th of November, 2018, as has been stated from the Seismological Service, there should be no damage from an earthquake of this magnitude.
Although the earthquake wasn’t strong in itself or in its effects, it was enough to unnerve some of Zagreb’s citizens who say they heard and felt the unexpected rumble. The epicenter of this earthquake, the magnitude of which was measured at 2.5 degrees, was somewhere between Sesvete and Kašina.
It was felt by citizens in the eastern part of Zagreb.
“This one didn’t last for very long either, but it seems to me that it was longer than the one from the other day was,” one reader of Poslovni Dnevnik wrote.
To briefly recall, a slightly bigger earthquake, of a 2.7 magnitude,shook the area of Velika Gorica just two days ago, and the unwelcome effects of that, however small, could be felt by Zagreb’s residents as well.
No damage, physical or otherwise, has been reported as a consequence of either of these earthquakes.
Are you currently in the city, and did you feel this most recent Zagreb earthquake?
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