Moslavina grad



Moslavina (Monoszlo), kao područje posjeda i vlastelinskog grada spominje se već 1181. godine. Prvi poznati vlasnici su Makarijevići, a potom kraće vrijeme slavonski ban Ivan Babonić, ali najpoznatiji su vlasnici bili Čupori Moslavački i zatim Bakaczi de Erdody. Kraj XV i početak XVI stoljeća vrijeme je neposredne turske opasnosti i Moslavina grad sa svojom utvrdom dobiva na izuzetnoj važnosti za obranu od Turaka. Turci su grad više puta napadali i konačno razorili godine 1545.

U crkvenom pogledu Moslavina je pripadala Zagrebačkoj biskupiji- arhiđakonatu Čazma. Župna crkva Sv. Tome spominje se 1334. g.

Moslavina ( Monoszlo ) was mentioned in 1181 for the first time as a landlord and property area. Makarijević family were mentioned as first owners and after them Slavonian ban Ivan Banonić (for short time). The most known owners were Čupor's of Moslavina and Bakaczi de Erdody family. "Moslavina grad" was very important property for defense when Turks came in the end of the 15th and start of the 16 th century. Turks attacked "Moslavina grad" many times and in 1545. Moslavina grad was ruined. "Moslavina grad" belonged to Zagreb Bishopric exact archdeaconry of Čazma in religious way. Church of Saint Tomo is mentioned in 1334. for the first time.



Ostaci starog grada Moslavina nalaze se u sklopu bolnice u Popovači. Ostaci se nalaze na izdvojenoj uzvisini pored najveće bolničke zgrade ( I i II odjel). Vidi se ostaci jednog zida. Bolnička zgrada se nalazi u bivšem dvorcu obitelji Erdody čija je gradnja počela 1746., a dovršena 1754. godine. The Remains of "Moslavina grad" are in complex of Popovača hospital on the hill, right by the largest building of the hospital(1. and 2. department). There is one wall left. The bigger part of the hospital is actually ex Castle of Erdody family, which was built in 18th century (from 1746 to 1754).