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Unfortunately, in the first half of the 20th century, it was decided to tear down the old walls. The main purpose of Osijek walls was a defence against a possible new attack by the Ottoman Empire army that held Osijek under occupation from to It was built in , as a vow of citizens who survived the plague. The main square in Donji grad the Lower town is named after the most famous and most popular Croatian ban viceroy , Baron Josip Jelacic. The old Roman town of Mursa was located here from the 1st to the 5th century AD, and its parts can be seen in the archaeological department of the Museum of Slavonia. The painting in the main altar shows just that event. The largest one is also the third largest in Croatia weighing more than 2. Unfortunately process of independence from communist Yugoslavia was conducted in war conditions.
Pannonian Challenge – festival za adrenalinsku ovisnost In the same street there is a series of classicist buildings from the 19th century with the monumental Palace of Justice. While walking down the street you can look for the “runaway” cannonball. On the eastern corner of the square there’s a building of the Main City Guard with a tower guardhouse built in the 18th century. Immediately after the liberation from the Turkish authorities in the late 17th century many of mosques in Osijek were turned back into Catholic churches. One of the two central squares in the Upper town is the Liberty Square which a part of a large the pedestrian zone that connects Ulica Hrvatske Republike Street with the Drava river Promenade and the main square.
The building itself is full of symbolism visible on the facade, from pyramidal shape to the relief of the Sphinx, the guardian of “temple”. In the memory of that event a third monument was placed in the south of the square. His research proved that the world famous composers Ludwig van Beethoven and Joseph Haydn often borrowed fil, of Croatian traditional music.
Apparently, the local Franciscans are still looking for that statue. City sights Naslovnica Stranica Podstranica. The main altar is adorned with a statue dedicated to Our Lady of Osijek which was saved before Sv.snte rebellion in the 18th century from the south Hungarian sanctuary of Maria Jud.
This glass skyscraper which citizens of Osijek call “twin towers” is 61 meters high and it’s the third tallest building in the city and central Danube region after fklm the Cathedral 90 meters and the Hotel Osijek 62 meters.
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Sv.ante such is the parish church of St. In the street are two very important institutions, the building of the Osijek-Baranja County assembly known as County Palace built in classicist style inand the building of the Croatian National Theatre built in Venetian-Moorish style in It was suspected that the hall was built in order to strengthen the sense of belonging to the Third Reich during the occupation of the city in the Second World War.
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In the part of the Drava promenade between the suspension bridge and the Winter Harbour another symbol of Osijek stands, the great art nouveau secession style well. Jacob the Apostle with the Capuchin monastery built in the 18th century.
By the initiative of Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer in began the construction of the church of St. It was built in red brick in neo-gothic style and its builders were German architects Franz Langenberg and Richard Jordan.
An interesting fact is that the foundation stone was laid on April 14th and the city was liberated on the same date in ladovanski Unfortunately, in the first half cilm the 20th century, it was decided to tear down the old walls. Male family members performed duties of Croatian ban, today referred to as prime minister and their political and sv.amte influence spread throughout the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Urania Cinema is from and Europa Cinema is from Kirchweih takes place in the nearby streets. Cinema was supposedly built not only for performance and projections but sv.abte as the seat of the Masonic Lodge “Vigilance”.
Diagonally on the corner stands the Museum of Slavonia.
Although the facade of the church is very simple the interior is richly decorated with frescoes and pavovanski which show usual images for that period – conflict of Christians and Muslims it is interesting how some of the architecture of the nearby gothic Cathedral shows the Muslims and Christians coming together.
The painting in the main altar wv.ante just that event. They were built at the beginning of the 20th century in the style called “Viennese Secession” and largest among them is the Post Palace which is built in the style of “Hungarian Art Nouveau” “Hungarian Secession”.
Some of the most interesting paintings are portraits of the Slavonian noble families from the 18th and 19th centuries and romantic landscapes of Slavonia and Baranja, sketches and paintings by the founder of Osijek School of Drawing, Hugo Conrad Von Hotzendorf and his best student Adolf Waldinger. Pannonian Challenge – festival za adrenalinsku ovisnost The base of the former Turkish Kasim-Pasha mosque are plotted in front of the church in the square and in the middle of the square there is a statue of St.
The main square in Donji grad the Lower town is svv.ante after the most famous and most popular Croatian ban viceroyBaron Josip Jelacic. Today there is a memorial plaque as a reminder. At the beginning of the pedestrian zone at the corner of the main square and Kapucinska street stands the Baroque church of St. The construction of the walls was run by a general Johann Stephan von Beckers and it is believed that his body was bricked into the walls of the Water Gates after his death.
On padovans,i eastern corner of the square there’s a building of the Main City Guard with a tower guardhouse built in the 18th century. At the beginning of the 18th century a man was sentenced to death for a theft he didn’t commit in order to protect the reputation of his girlfriend. A little further down the street there is the former Hotel Royal built in The old Roman town of Mursa was located here from the 1st to the 5th century AD, and its parts can be seen in the archaeological department of the Museum of Slavonia.
Today Europa Cinema is used for projections and various cultural events from time to time. According to many, this statue is the most beautiful Baroque monument in Croatia. Every Friday at 11 am, at the exact moment of liberation from the Ottoman Turks on September 29th the church bells ring in remembrance of that event. Next to the Eurodom you will find the “Chapel of sorrows”, small Baroque building fromfamous for the legend of the “Romeo and Pdovanski from Osijek”.
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In the pacovanski big fair you can find something for everyone, from toys to handcrafted goods. It was built inas a vow of citizens who survived the plague. In the museum, you can find a variety of paintings and sculptures. During his first visit inthe Emperor came after sunset and even to him it wasn’t allowed to enter the city gates.
With the Cathedral in the background there are two neo-Renaissance buildings that dominate the square, sb.ante the south the County government building known as the Normann Palace from and in the west the so-called Town House from Considered by many it is the finest work of modern architecture in Osijek.