Pejačević Palace  one of several castles owned by the members of Pejačević noble family in the croatian region of Slavonia. It was built in 1800-1804 in Classicism and late Baroque style. 


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Founded: 1800
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Croatia


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Ana Raguž (11 months ago)
Beautiful town and castle, park, love it :)..Worth to visit!
krešimir Ljulj (11 months ago)
New, beautiful...bit confused museum exhibit. Sometimes less is more
Ljubiša Kukulj (14 months ago)
This place is really nice to visit with your family. So much interactive content and well organized museum inside the castle is a must-visit category for this place. Also, there are bridges around the castle, and each have some different purpose and story.
DB Photography (2 years ago)
Amazing museum in amazing castle! Must see!
antun medic (2 years ago)
A beautiful place to visit. A lots of history. Very educational.
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