Following historical trail – for historic sites lovers
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St. Mary Magdalene church in Čazma is a Romanesque church built at the beginning of the 13th century. It is a triple – nave building in the form of a cross with two bells and the oldest, high valued religious monument in Bjelovar – Bilogora County. The original church was finished in 1232 in the centre of Čazma, which was an important medieval crossroads. The church was devastated during Ottoman conquests when Turkish pasha Ulama bey ravaged over Čazma in 1544. Researches and renewal have started around 1995 and are still going on.
For more information visit Bjelovar – Bilogora County tourist board.
You can find information about other sites near our estate at tourist board of Kutina.
Educational trail ‘’Gaj“ is a unique display of flora and fauna which surrounds us and makes this world so beautiful. By getting to know the world of nature we actually find out who we really are.
Educational trail Gaj (grove) (Mala Ludina) is 2400 m long and consists of nine instructive points.
The specialty of this path is that despite the relatively small area it covers, it discloses a very large number of plant and animal species. Most plant and animal species living along this educational trail belong to autochthonous or native species, meaning that their existence in this area is the result of natural processes only, without any human intervention.
The educational trail introduces you to wild animals that have always lived in the area of Moslavina: deer, roe-deer, wild boar. The area of the educational trail is also inhabited by other forest inhabitants such as foxes, hares, badgers, weasels, hedgehogs, squirrels. There are also a few alochtone animal species such as fallow deer.
Besides mammals, the area of the educational trail is abundant with bird species. Predatory birds inhabiting this area are: hawks, buzzards, kestrels and owls (horned owls). Songbirds are also numerous: great tit, finch, robin, nuthatch.
Areas next to water are inhabited by herons and kingfishers.
There are also amphibians such as common frogs and tree-toads. Aquatic turtles and grass snakes are representatives of reptiles in this area.
Plant species are highly developed, and the most important are: oak, black alder, hawthorn, blackthorn, hazel and elder.