Krapinske Toplice


The first mention of Krapinske Toplice dates back to 1334, when the Parish of the Holy Trinity in Toplice is mentioned in the list of parishes of the Zagreb diocese. The first forerunner of today's hospitals in Krapinske Toplice appears in 1609 when the then owner of the spa Franjo Keglevich built xenodochy.
It was used for the reception of persons and was located between the church and the baths, followed by the accelerated development of the spa, so at the beginning of the 18th century Krapinske Toplice was the most famous baths.

On the hill Zashat recently, during the landscaping of the chapel of St. Mary Magdalene, the remains of above-ground houses built of reeds, timber and mud were discovered, as well as the remains of ceramic vessels, part of a round ceramic weight or mat, and a stone artifact-hoe. These are the remains of a high prehistoric settlement, fortified by an earthen rampart from the Late Bronze Age, ie the period between 1200 and 800 BC. Kr. Given the proximity of thermal springs at the foot of the hill Zashat, there is a possibility that thermal springs in Krapinske Toplice have been used since prehistoric times.

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(5 reviews)
During our adventurous tour around here, we saw the remains of the ceramic vessels and those of the high prehistoric settlement. We took some photos here for remembrance of our tour. The thermal springs at the foot of hill Zashat are a sight to set eyes on.
Touring this place was magical. The exterior decorations of this buildings just catches one's eyes. I was able to see some of the ancient baths and also I toured the Church of St. Mary Magdalene. The landscape of this place was so thrilling.
A centre of attraction at the place was the beautiful architectural building that the church holds. We enjoyed the view of the marvel of work and also had a tour inside that left us astonished with it beautiful sculptures and interesting history.
Taking a walk in this place is just what someone needs to feel good. The prehistoric remains here are so artistic like the house remains made of reeds, timber and mud were great.
very good!!!