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Sisak, a city and the city’s administrative and county center, in Sisak-Moslavina County, in central Croatia. It is located 48 km southeast of Zagreb, near the confluence of the Kupa and Sava rivers. The city has 33,322, and the city administrative area has 47,768 inhabitants (2011). It developed as an Illyrian-Celtic settlement of Segestica, in the meander of the mouth of the Kupa river, at the mouth of the Oder in the Kupa, on the Pogorelac peninsula. The Roman emperor Octavian destroyed in 35 BC. Kr. Segestica. On the opposite bank of the Kupa, during the reign of Emperor Tiberius, a new ancient city, Colonia Flavia Siscia, was built. In II. BC Kr. the city changed its name to Colonia Septimia Siscia Augusta, and in 297 it became the capital of the province of Lower Pannonia (Pannoniae Saviae) and the base for the Roman river shipping fleet. In III. century was the seat of the early Christian diocese. During the invasion of the Avars and Slavs in the middle of the 6th century. century it lost its meaning. In the IX. century it became the seat of Ljudevit Posavski. In XII. century becomes part of the property of the Zagreb Chapter. To defend against the Ottomans, a triangular fort with three towers was built at the entrance of the Kupa to the Sava, and the Ottomans were defeated here in 1593. With the arrival of the railway in 1862, the economic development of the city began. In the forest Brezovica 22. VI. In 1941, the first anti-fascist unit in Europe was founded – the Sisak Partisan Detachment. During the Homeland War in 1991 and 1992, the city was often exposed to artillery attacks by Serbian troops. A large number of civilians were killed, the Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross and several buildings in the historic city center were damaged.
Source: Proleksis enciklopedija online – Sisak

Sisak old town

The old town in Sisak is located at the entrance of the Kupa to the Sava. It was built from 1544 to 1550. The construction of the fort was led by the Zagreb Chapter for defense against the Turks. At the invitation of the Zagreb Chapter, it was built by the Italian builders Petar od Milan, Dominik de Brescia and Petar de Castellonuovo with local craftsmen. The fort has a regular geometric ground plan in the shape of a triangle with round corner towers for heavy artillery. It was built strictly functionally, without decorative elements. The five-sided bastion built later north of the fortress creates an outer courtyard, which is bounded by a wall with low buildings, and together with the basic triangle forms a rhombus shape.
Source: Register of Cultural Properties of the Republic of Croatia – Old Town

Sisak old town
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Sisak - Stari grad - Detalj: ulaz sa stubištem i drvenim vratima u istočnu kulu

Church of the Holy Cross

Parish Church of the Holy Cross in Sisak, located in the middle of the town on the square by the bridge over the Kupa, is a one-nave Baroque building. It was consecrated in 1765. The restoration carried out after the earthquake in 1911 gave it its present appearance in the spirit of art nouveau. The main facade facing the square is divided by pilasters, cornices and oval windows. A high belfry (1760) is located sideways along the facade. The church’s inventory is partially preserved (pencil, communion bench, sprinkler, candlesticks, condyles, paintings, marble statues of St. Francis de Sales and St. Andrew from the Zagreb Cathedral by Franja Robb from 1733). Church of St. The cross is considered the most significant sacred monument in the area of Sisak.Source: Register of Cultural Properties of the Republic of Croatia – Church of the Holy Cross

Church of the Holy Cross
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Sisak - Župna crkva Uzvišenja Sv. Križa, građena 1765. godine; unutrašnjost - pogled na svetište sa starim baroknim oltarom i dva barokna u pokrajnjim lađama; stanje prije restauracije 1911. godine