GREBENTOWN

Grebentown is mentioned at the earliest and longest inhabited medieval town on the Croatian Zagorje.

Grebentown is mentioned at the earliest and longest inhabited medieval town on the Croatian Zagorje.

Grebentown is mentioned earlier (1209th year as the estate of King Andrew) and the longest residence (the 1710th year when a fire burned the roof), a medieval town on the Croatian Zagorje. Picture information is represented, according to size, another stronghold of Croatian Zagorje, and is situated on the slopes Ivanščica at an altitude of 502 m, below the Great Lubenjak .. Through the written sources of history and determine its owner can be traced back to the beginning of the eighteenth. century, when the writings of Zagreb Capitol is mentioned as a ruin. The first owner of the feudal estate mentioned Gordun prince whose descendants would take the title "De Reef," while the last owners were the Counts Erdödy Picture information. Picture information after the fire of their descent into the valley of the river Bednja begins construction of a new grange, countryside and even a new creation and development - New Marof.