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Hrastovačka gora 1
Croatia

Remains of the church of the Holy Spirit, at 'Hrastovačka gora' near Petrinja, dating from 16th century. Church was once a part of a fortified settlement that was destroyed by invading Otoman Turks army in the second half of the 16th century.

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Tags: croatia; hrvatska; petrinja; hrastovica; hrastovacka; gora; mountain; church; remains
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