Novigrad na Dobri is an old town-fortress is first mentioned in various medias in 1193.
For a long time fortress was property of Frankopan family which was one of the richest and most influential at the time.
Old Kalnik town is located on the Kalnik mountain, to the north-west from Krizevici village. Kalnik – a fortress-town – was founded on a cliff, on an old Roman road, which crosses the Kalnik between the peaks of Vuklenec (615 m) and Vranilec (643 m).
Ruins of Bisag Castle belong to the 14th century. The castle life back then was full of events!
Looking at what remains from it today, it’s hard to imagine that this building has once had four round towers – a tower in each corner – and one rectangular, right in the middle. The castle was also surrounded with a moat with water, and it was only possible to get inside by a bridge.
Ruins of the once great medieval Milengrad Castle art located at the top of the hill with an amazing view onto the picturesque surroundings.
At first glance, Ruins of Grebengrad doesn’t really make an impression of something extraordinary. The ruins – that were once a city-fortress – are thoroughly destroyed and are overgrown with the tall grass and bushes. After taking a closer look, however, one starts to notice that here and there in the forest there are the remains of a single once gigantic building.
Ruins of Canjevo fortress is located in 60 km from Zagreb city and in 36 km from Varazdin city.
There is very little information about the fortress in historical writings. The first mentionings of the settlement from around the place where the fortress is built belong to a period in between 3400 to 2500 BC.
Medieval Dvigrad ruins – one of the most mysterious places in Croatia. Dvigrad – one of the most arcane attractions of the peninsula of Istria, located in 15 km from the Rovinj city.
Just like all the deserted dead cities, Dvigrad is shrouded in numerous legends, fairytales and mysteries.