City of Sveta Nedelja is located on the southern bank of Sava river, in between Zagreb, capital city of Croatia, and the city of Samobor (travel notes). City had grown over the last few decades when many new families and small businesses found their home in Sveta Nedelja. Its close proximity to Zagreb, connections via highway and a few alternative roads to the rest of the world, makes Sveta Nedelja preferable home making location surrounded by beautiful nature.
“If I ever knew that Indians and cowboys will move into my neck of the woods I would never cross the Big Blue in search of them in North America”.
– One of the photos in this photo gallery of Sveta Nedelja (yes, city is called Holly Sunday) should explain sarcasm.
Sveta Nedelja photo gallery
† Church of the Holy Trinity dominates the very center of the city, where is also located one of the schools, medical center and on the main Ante Starčević square, post office and city council offices.
Quoted words in the front of Church of the Holy Trinity in Sveta Nedelja:
Year of construction: 1768 – 1786
Architecture: The church is a significant example of the late Baroque style. This is a single native structure with a rectangular layout, with an apse termination and side bell tower on the main facade.
Interior: The dome is vaulted and its interior is decorated with ornamented stucco mouldings. The church inventory includes the main altar dating back to 1811, the side altar with the stone statue of the Sorrowful Mother of God – Pieta from the 17th century, the pulpit and organ from the year 1800.
Distinctiveness: The Sveta Nedelja parish was first mentioned in 1334, and the parish church was described in 1501 as Gothic structure which has suffered over time. The parish priest in this church from 1760 to 1787 was Mihalj Šilobod Bolšić, writer of first Croatian arithmetic book.
Sveta Nedelja consists of 14 neighborhoods (in alphabetical order): Bestovje, Brezje, Jagnjić Dol, Kalinovica, Kerestinec, Mala Gorica, Novaki, Orešje, Rakitje, Srebrnjak, Strmec, Sveta Nedelja, Svetonedeljski Breg, Žitarka.
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