Januševec manor is deemed the pinnacle of Croatian Classicist architecture. It is situated at the junction of the Zagorje hills and the Sava River valley, providing a stunning view of the valley and the Samobor Highlands in the distance.
Motifs: Januševec, Lovrečina, Lužnica, Oršić (Gornja Bistra)
The stamps have been issued in 9-stamp sheetlets, an 8-stamp common sheet (2 x 4v) with 8 labels and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
It was named after the nearby Church of St. Lawrence (Lovro). The feudal estate and castle were mentioned here first in the 13th and 16th centuries, respectively. Coloman's Road, which passed by Lovrečina, led from Hungary across Koprivnica, Križevci and Zagreb to the Adriatic Sea.
Lužnica is a three-winged single-floor manor house influenced by the Austrian Baroque. It was constructed in the 18th century on a previously existing estate. The manor house with a park, auxiliary buildings and a kitchen garden and orchard create a mostly preserved whole, in terms of function and form, of high ambient value.
The manor house was erected by Vice-Marshal Count Krsto Oršić II between 1770 and 1775, which was considered a grand-scale construction project at the time. The three-winged manor house has a U-shaped layout, which was common for Baroque manors. It is situated on a hill on the northwest slopes of Medvednica.
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