The town of Krapina and the fort above it were in the mid-14th century under the rule of the Croatian-Hungarian king Ludovik I Anjou. After the death of king Ludovik, Krapina was succeeded by King Sigismund Luxemburg who gave it to duke Herman Celjski as a reward for his help and saving the king’s life. King Sigismund took Herman’s daughter Barbara Celjska (also known as ,,The black queen”) to be his wife. According to a legend the fort of the Old town was built by one of the three brothers Čeh, Leh and Meh. Their sister Vilina betrayed them and had a child with a roman deputy. She was trapped by her brothers in the tower of the Old town.
He was a Croatian politician, linguist, ideologist, reporter and author.
It is a famous Krapina promenade.
It was founded in 1966. It starts every year in early fall.
The early man from Krapina was discovered back in 1899.
It is a paleolithic site on which Neanderthal remains were found.
Primary School Augusta Cesarca, Krapina is one of the two primary schools in Krapina.
Sacral building tradition: St Nicholas Church, St Catherine Church…