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The largest pavilion in Europe

The largest pavilion in Europe

    Bjelovar was founded in 1756 by the decree of the Austrian Empress Maria Theresa. That year, Eugen Kvaternik Square was created, which changed its name throughout history. First it was called “Parade Platz” and then “Maria Theresa Square” (Trg Marije Terezije), “Unity Square” (Trg Jedinstva),… Read More »The largest pavilion in Europe

    Janković castle park

    Janković castle park

      The castle park was growing simultaneously with the building of the castle, according to Viennese architect’s designs, and was completed in 1780. During the Janković era, the park covered an area of 14 ha. The park bears the hallmarks of the Baroque and landscape style,… Read More »Janković castle park

      Janković castle

      Janković castle

        The 18th century Castle of Count Antun Janković is located in the very centre of the city. It is one of the protected cultural monuments of the 1st category in Croatia and one of the most valuable Baroque buildings in Bjelovar-Bilogora County. Today, on the… Read More »Janković castle

        Kursalon

        Kursalon

          The most prominent building in Lipik is most certainly the Kursalon, once a famous and luxurious spa recognizable by the buildings located in a large park. It was built in 1893 on the south side of the park, designed by the Hungarian architect Gustav Rath… Read More »Kursalon

          Pejačević castle

          Pejačević castle

            It is named after the first builders and owners, Counts Pejačević. It is located in the city centre, surrounded by a park, on the site of a medieval fortress, which in the early 19th century gave way to the castle, the seat of the manor.… Read More »Pejačević castle