The town of Velika Gorica is located along the Zagreb-Sisak highway and railway, 17 km south-east of Zagreb. Velika Gorica is the centre of the historical Turopolje region. It was first mentioned in the 13th century. The town has a well-known folk museum that preserves the traditions of the Turopolje area. The area has many interesting buildings.Beautiful carvings adorn its well-preserved wooden houses and small churches.
Zapresic largest settlement is far from the centre of Zagreb 16 km. Zaprešić is the third-largest, and most densely populated division of the county. The town is located northwest of the Croatian capital Zagreb, and near the Slovenian border. It is centered on plains north of the Sava River, and is bordered by Medvednica mountain to the east, and the Marija Gorica Hills to the west.
The town of Bjelovar is located northeast of Zagreb in the foothills of Bilogora. It was first mentioned in 1420. The main square harmonizes with the baroque churches of St. Therese and the Holy Spirit. It is an economic, cultural, medical and educational centre of the Lonja-Ilova depression and the Bilogora Podravina area. In the past the area was known as becoming the venue of many battles, against Mongolians, Tartars and Turks.
Đurđevac, a town in the region of Podravina, 25 km southeast of Koprivnica. The major attraction of this small town is the very well preserved Stari Grad, with an art gallery, a beerhouse and a restaurant in the rustic style. The parish church of St. George, after which Durđevac was named, and the square of the same name dominate the centre of the town. At the eastern exit of the town there is a protected nature monument - the botanical...
Name of city Zabok appeared in document firs time in 1335 . in charter of hungarien – croatien king Karlo I. Zabok is natural, industrial and traffical center of Krapinsko Zagorska county. Its location gave Zabok great possibilities to develop economy. Zabok is in a hart of Croatia Zagorje next to highway Zagreb – Macelj (on half houre driving from Zagreb). Zabok has economy zone with all infrastructure.The late Baroque church of St.
Nedelišće is a village in Međimurje County, in northern Croatia, and the seat of the Municipality of Nedelišće, which also includes 10 other villages in the south-western part of Međimurje County.Nedelišće itself is a suburban village located just outside the county seat, Čakovec, around 3 kilometres from the city's centre. Despite not being designated as neither a city nor a town, the village of Nedelišće was the second most populated place in Međimurje County in the 2001 census, with 4,430...
Petrinja is located at the mouth of the river Petrinjčice Cup, about 13 km southwest of Sisak and about 60 km from Zagreb. The largest city in the area Banovine, and the administrative Sisak-Moslavina County. Medieval Petrinja, which is mentioned in 13. century, is located a few kilometres south of the city today, in the area of the village Jabukovec.Monuments and sightsThe remains of medieval fortress (Čuntić, Klinac city and Pecki)The historical core of Petrinja - square with Baroque houses,...
Lepoglava is found in an idyllic landscape, at the foot of Mount Ivanscica and along the Bednja River. The importance of Lepoglava for Croatian art, culture, science, history and religion, has often been overlooked, an importance bestowed upon it by the Pauline Order which was active here from 1400 to 1786. The Paulines founded the first Croatian lyceum here in 1503, a faculty of philosophy in 1656 and the first Croatian university shortly afterwards.
Garešnica City Area is located in the southern part of the Bjelovar County and natural-geographic perspective belongs to the Pannonian area Basin of northwestern Croatian. To 1993. The municipal center is Garešnica Garešnica Municipality. The composition of the community are (today's municipality) United Trnovitica, Hercegovac and Berek. Croatian Parliament 1997th year, among others, and Garešnica given city status. The composition of the City Garešnica entering the village from the area of Daruvar, Uljanik, Ghosts, and upper Uljanik Uljanički Brijeg.
Prelog is a town and municipality in Međimurje County, in northern Croatia. It is located about 15 km south-east of the county seat of Cakovec, on the shores of Lake Dubrava, a reservoir lake on the Drava. 46.335°N 16.615°E, alt. 125 m.Prelog has regained its confidence and has begun to grow faster since, in 1997, it became a city and thus became again a separate and independent administrative unit.Today, more than 50% of the income is based on industry and manufacturing.