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Discover Croatia: Moslavina - total surprise!

08.07.2015
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There are numerous attractions in this region; from the natural beauty of Lonjsko Polje Nature Park and Moslavačka Gora Regional Park, to archaeological sites, religious heritage and numerous manifestations and cultural events

Moslavina is a microregion in central Croatia inhabited by around 100.000 people. This diverse region encompasses both industry, traditional craftsmen and businesses, as well as gorgeous natural beauty which will leave few people unimpressed.
 
There are numerous attractions in this region; from the natural beauty of Lonjsko Polje Nature Park and Moslavačka Gora Regional Park, to archaeological sites, religious heritage and numerous manifestations and cultural events.
 
The largest town and the centre of Moslavina is Kutina, which will pleasantly surprise every guest. Along with a modern face Kutina has a historical side; from ancient findings in the Lipa area, traditional buildings in Crkvena and Radićeva streets, exhibits in the Museum of Moslavina and the gallery, along with the must-see pearl of sacral architecture, the Church of St.
Mary of the Snows dating from the 18th century.
 
Also we must not forget the gastronomical offer, most notably the local specialties, roasted carp and authentic Moslavina Škrlet wine.
 
The diverse cultural offer, traditional specialties, exquisite wines, the proximity to main roads and the capital of Zagreb, all this guarantees a good time in Moslavina, a destination that is just being discovered by domestic and foreign visitors alike, and which will present a total surprise to the guest!
 
Visitor Centre Repušnica Moslavina’s entrance to the Lonjsko Polje Nature Park
 
The first official entrance to Lonjsko Polje Nature Park from Moslavina will be situated in in the village of Repušnica and will include numerous new attractions: guided tours of the nature park, carriage rides, boat trips, catering services, a souvenir shop, bike rentals, diverse trails (hiking, horse-riding, biking), boating routes, traditional fishing exhibits, presenting cultural and traditional architecture, etc.
 
The visitor centre will be opened in December 2015.
 
So we invite you to visit and discover Moslavina.

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