It dates back to the time of the Romans, who built Castrum Iovia on the site of today's Ludbreg, a small town in northwestern Croatia, noticing the good geographical position of the town, which soon became a traffic and trade center. Legend has it that this is where earthly circles were imagined, and on their peripheries large metropolises are located, in different parts of the world but at the same distance from the measuring point… This legend was confirmed by Dr. Erasmus Weddigen, art historian and restorer from Switzerland. During their stay and work at the Ludbreg Restoration Center, Ludbreg legends became interested. Taking Ludbreg as a starting point, he described the circles on a geographical map and noticed that there were really big cities on this imaginary line, on different parts of the world but at the same distance from Ludbreg, eg Paris and Athens, Vienna and Budapest or Varaždin closest to us. and Koprivnica… Dr. Studying longitude and latitude, Weddigen found the antipode of Ludbreg, the small South Pacific island of Antipodes, near New Zealand on the opposite side of the globe.