Cazma is located in the Moslavina region of central Croatia, only a 45-minute drive from Zagreb. The historic city has been inhabited from prehistory to the present day. It covers an area of 250 square kilometers and has about 8,000 inhabitants in 36 settlements. Today, Cazma is known for its untouched nature - a paradise for recreationists, hunters and fishermen or simply lovers of natural beauty; the area is rich in cultural heritage and people who nurture old customs; It is widely known for one of the most beautiful churches in Croatia - the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, one of the few parish churches in the country with two towers and a very interesting history.
№360 in Cities of Croatia