Glina is a small town in central Croatia, located southwest of Petrinja and Sisak in the Sisak-Moslavina county. Glina is a city in Banovina (Banija, a hilly region south of Sisak), about 20 km southwest of Sisak. The city was built as a military fort in 17th century defending from the Turks, at the confluence of the Maja river into the Glina river. Find property for sale in Glina.
Glina district is situated in the peripheral area of Sisak and Moslavina County where it borders Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south. The eastern side of the district is surrounded by the slopes of the mountain Gvozd. Glina district includes the town of Glina and 68 villages. The town of Glina is only 32 km away from Sisak (the centre of the county) and 75 km away from Zagreb (the capital of Croatia). Get your own property in Glina.
The Glina river separates the district area in 2 parts. The northern part is distinguished by rolling countryside and the banks of 3 rivers: the Kupa, the Glina and the Maja rivers. The southern part includes both lowland countryside and highland countryside.
Nowadays, years after the war end in 1995, Glina is almost entirely renewed. However, the unemployment rate is still rather high. Therefore, Glina needs the financial help of wider community to stimulate its development and to ensure the brighter future of its inhabitants. Buy your real-estate (flat, apartment, house, luxury villa, land or business/commercial property) in Glina.
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