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  • 1 Church of St Anthony of Padua Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Ul. Kralja Tomislava HR - 31500 Nasice

    Gothic in origin (note the buttressed chevet which has preserved its original structure), the church adjoining the monastery was largely rebuilt and extended in the Baroque style between 1719 and 1763: the façade was restored, and side chapels and an..

  • 2 Nasice Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    HR - 31000 Našice

    This delightful park, which descends a hill from the upper town of Nasice to the Osijek road below, is designed essentially in the English style, with oaks, willows and pines, several statues, a sprinkling of flowerbeds, and a man-made lake with a fe..

  • 3 Church of St Anthony of Padua Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    HR - 31500 Našice

    This originally Gothic church, adjoining the Franciscan monastery, was largely rebuilt and extended in a Baroque style between 1719 and 1763: modification of the façade, addition of side chapels and an onion dome and steeple. The interior decoration ..

  • 4 Former castle of the counts of Pejacevic Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    5 HR - 31500 Našice

    This castle built in 1811 on the edge of the park and the crest of a hill, is Classical in style with a few late Baroque details. In the centre of the symmetrical façade is a handsome projection crowned with a corniced gable and supported by a colonn..

  • 5 Nasice Town Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Pejacevicev trg 5 HR - 34500 Našice

    This museum exhibits the work of artists who were either born in or lived in the region, such as the painter and calligrapher, Mate Benkovic (1814-1981), ceramist Hinko Juhn (1891-1940) and the painter Izidor Kršnjavi (1845-1927). A room is devoted t..

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