There is a lot to say about this place, and, the people here will accept you with all their hearts and soul! It is known as the biggest county in Croatia, but with not that many inhabitants.
Sisak-Moslavina, a true place where you can find unspoiled nature and wild animals. Here is the largest wetland in Croatia and the entire Danube basin with 505.6 square km, as well as thermal water that is known for more than 3000 years for its benefits.
The calm Sisak-Moslavina county, where it is easy to endure, is reminiscent of shattered stained glass that emanates a mysterious glow containing the history of many generations. It is a county largely adjacent to the mantle of the mighty Pannonian Sea, with single floor houses huddled like frightened field mice; but also a county streaming toward the sky in a faint vertical direction. The teal cradle of Croatia with six cities and thirteen municipalities is located south of Zagreb. It is the area partially taken up by wetland plains in the lowland watercourses of the rivers Sava, Kupa, Odra, Lonja, Glina, Česma, Ilova, and Una. It is bordered by the tame, forested slopes of Vukomeričke gorice, Moslavačka, Petrova, and Zrinska Gora, along the hilly area of Banovina.