Moslavachka Gora


Moslavachka Gora is a small mountain range located in central Croatia on the borders of Bjelovar-Bilogora County and Sisak-Moslavina County. It belongs to the sunken boulder of the Mountains of paleogeological origin, rich in mineral resources (granite, oil and gas). The highest peak is Humka at 489 m. Other prominent peaks include Vis (444 m), Kaluđerov Grob (437 m) and Mjesec (354 m). The area of ​​Moslavachka Gora is about 1350 km2.

Moslavachka Gora is covered with dense forests of beech, sessile oak, hornbeam, chestnut, black alder and birch, and in the lower areas there are cultivated orchards and vineyards. The southern slopes are particularly impressive.

Prehistoric elephants (such as Gomphotherium angustidens, Prodeinotherium bavaricum, and rhino fossils) were found within the oldest sediments in a bentonite clay mine near the village of Gornja Jelenska in 1994. They are about 17 million years old and are among the oldest on the European continent. There are several quarries, some of which have been abandoned, the most important being Pleterac and Mikleushka.

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Place Type

mountain peaks


Moslavachka Gora

Place Location

43232, Samarica, Ivanska


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