Jesuits laid the foundation stone on 31 July 1725 on the foundation of Kasimpaša mosque, which was built during Ottoman period in Osijek. In 1734 the first Mass was held in the unfinished church. In 1750 the church was dedicated to Saint Michael. It was finished in 1768.
The aim of this study was to determine the natural infestation of European corn borer (ECB) eggs by Trichogramma wasps (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) under field conditions. The experiment was set up in Osijek, Croatia in 2013. The experiment included two levels of irrigations, two nitrogen rates and two maize genotypes.
Darda this past weekend held in the courtyard of Esterhazy castle was the full of cheer and Great Spirit. They festival helped celebrate the 2nd weekend in Osijek Baranja County. Turning back time to a down-to-earth festivities for the whole community and visitors to enjoy.
The Church of St Peter and St Paul (Croatian: Crkva svetog Petra i Pavla), the co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Đakovo-Osijek, is a neo-Gothic sacral structure located in Osijek, Croatia. The multi-tiered 90-metre spire is one of the city's landmarks.
Park kralja Držislava, Osijek, Osijek, Osječko-baranjska županija, Hrvatska (45.5582826, 18.6928023) Posljednje pretrage karte Park kralja Držislava, Osijek Selska cesta 137, Zagreb Obala hrvatske mornarice 8, Krk Berislavićeva ulica 16, Slavonski Brod Ul.
Regionalna vinoteka (Stari grad) Regionalna se vinoteka nalazi u Tvrđi. Rezultat je to višestoljetne tradicije bavljenja vinogradarstvom pretvoreno u iznimnu turističku ponudu. Na području Osijeka i okolice rasprostiru se četiri vinogorja s 12 vinskih cesta. Tzv. Vinske ceste dio su projekta Wine Tour koje financiraju europski fondovi.
Spomenik je naišao na brojne kritike, uglavnom zbog njegova izgleda; veliki komadi željeza u centru grada. K tome još i djelomično zahrđali. S vremenom se boja čeličnih vrata trebala u potpunosti izjednačiti te makar prividno učiniti ovaj spomenik ljepšim. Spomenik palom domobranu nalazi se u Tvrđi, u Parku kralja Držislava.
www.osijek.hr /en / (in English) Osijek (Croatian pronunciation: ( listen)) is the fourth largest city in Croatia with a population of 108,048 in 2011. It is the largest city and the economic and cultural centre of the eastern Croatian region of Slavonia, as well as the administrative centre of Osijek-Baranja County.