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We reach the municipality of Guna, which lies between golden fields, green forests and the Sava River. The picturesque surroundings are also reflected in the buildings of the Gunja municipality.
The road first leads us to a football stadium. NK Jadran from Gunja has the nicest little stadium in Croatia.
The most striking element is the main brick facade, which gives the building a monumental value as the brick comes from the demolished houses destroyed by the floods in 2014.
A short drive in front of the parish church of St. Jakob we meet a local guide who briefly introduces us to the two parish churches, the old and the new.
We start by learning about the cultural and historical heritage in the center of the city.
Along the Sava was the border with the Ottoman Empire, and hundreds of watchtowers were built along the border and guarded by the border guards. A song from that time still lives today in the inhabitants of this area:
We have been border guards for a long time
we guarded the border on the Sava …
We also take a short walk to the mosque. Gunji has the first and oldest mosque in Croatia. In 1999 it was renovated and received its current appearance with a dome.
There is a short pause. There are two places in the center where we can have lunch.
Since the Sava is within reach, we use the afternoon to relax in the ponds. If you want, you can try your luck with a day fishing license.
Strengthened by nature and fresh air, we go to the Pranić family farm in the neighboring village of Drenovci. The owner briefly introduces us to cheese production, and we round off the visit with a cheese tasting.
We made our way home relaxed and full of impressions.