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                                                               About destination: Petrinja
 

Petrinja is a city in central Croatia near Sisak in the historic region of Banovina. The city belongs to Sisak-Moslavina County (Sisačko-moslavačka županija).The name of Petrinja has its roots in Latin petrus, meaning "stone". It is said that the town existed in Roman era in the area of Zrinska Gora, which is very rich in stone. West of Petrinja is Petrova gora (Peter's mountain), site of the 1097 Battle of Gvozd Mountain between King Petar Svačić of Croatia and Coloman of Hungary. The first written trace of Petrinja as an inhabited settlement is the one about the benefits awarded to the inhabitants of Petrinja by the Slavonian duke Koloman in 1240. This old medieval Petrinja belongs to the time of warring with the Turks. In 1592, Petrinja was given a new location with the construction and building of a Turkish fortress at the confluence of the Petrinjčica and the Kupa rivers. The fortress was to serve the Turks in conquering Sisak, Turopolje and Zagreb. On August 10, 1594, the fortress was first liberated by the Croatian army. Therefore, August 10 has become the day of gratitude towards God and St. Lawrence, and this saint has been chosen for the patron saint of the parish and the town of Petrinja. Over the time, Petrinja has increasingly become the place of the settlement for many craftsmen and merchants whose arrival marks the beginning of the town's development. Petrinja was part of Napoleon's Illyria from 1809 till 1813 when the town became a significant trade and traffic center. In the same period, the French army planted the lindens that even today testify to the town's historical moment. The first Catholic parish Church of St. Lawrence was first built in 1603, but due to the time and type of building, a new one was built in 1781, in late baroque—classicist style. During the Serb occupation of Petrinja during the Croatian war of Independence, which lasted from 1991 till 1995, the rebellious Serbs demolished the parish church to the ground, as well as all other sacral buildings and sights. After returning to their town, the inhabitants of Petrinja have reconstructed and rebuilt the church according to the sketches and blueprints of the old building, thus resuming the original function of this part of the town. The foundations of the "Prva hrvatska tvornica salame, sušena mesa i masti" (first Croatian salami, cured meat and lard factory) were set in the year 1792, now developed into the "Gavrilović" factory, the principal factor of the area's economic development, well-known for the quality of its gastronomical products. The influence of Croatian national revival in the 19th century was felt in Petrinja. That was the time of the founding of the Town Orchestra (1808), Music Department (1841), Library and reading-room (1842), Teachers' Training School (1862), Croatian Choir "Slavulj" (1864), Town fire-brigade (1880), First printing-house (1881). Recent history has witnessed the Serb aggression on Croatia during which the people were exiled from their hometown of Petrinja in the period from September 1991 till May 1995. The town itself has been through a very grave destruction. On November 25, 1991 the Serb mayor of Petrinja Radovan Marković sent a message to Željko Ražnatović to have his troops enter the city as part of a "2. motorized battalion" of the 622. Motorized Brigade of the Yugoslav People's Army. Beholding Croatian identity, many monuments have been erected in memory of the Croatian war heroes and victims of the war. In reconstructing and rebuilding their town, the inhabitants of Petrinja took great care of the town's urban tradition by keeping the old customs alive, celebrating Catholic holidays, and organizing numerous cultural, social and sports events. There is a very lively tradition of the potting and ceramic crafts, which represent the main souvenir production of the items characteristic for this area, all made of high quality clay. The main souvenir is "stucka", an ornamented multi-use jar made of clay that has become a symbol of the town of Petrinja.

 
Airport Zagreb

Zagreb Airport (IATA: ZAG, ICAO: LDZA), also known as Pleso Airport (pronounced PLESO) after the nearby suburb of Pleso, is the main international airport ofCroatia and also a Croatian Air Force and Defense major fighter jet base. Located 16 km from the central railway station in Zagreb, it served 2,071,561 passengers in 2010 and is the primary hub for Croatian flag carrier Croatia Airlines. Expansion of the airport is due to start in 2012.

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Why is the Airport Taxi Zagreb Transfer Service from Zagreb Airport to Petrinja the best way of transportation ?

A reliable 24/7 Airport Zagreb Taxi Transfer service will take You to Petrinja in a safe and comfortable way.
We offer a fast, reliable and secure taxi service, excellent rates. Our taxi drivers speak English and will be happy to help you in any way they can. If you need transportation while you are in Petrinja
please contact us.
 
Airport Taxi Transfer Service - We will pick you up and drop you off at Zagreb Airport , your taxi will be waiting in a case of delay without any additional costs.
Once you reach Petrinja in a modern, air conditioned taxi vehicle, you will feel much better than spending hours in a public bus.
Did we mention that our prices for taxi transfers to and from Zagreb Airport are the best?
 
Mini Van or Mini Bus Taxi Service - if you travel to Petrinja with a lot of luggage, or more people than a regular taxi can transport, you can select a mini van or a mini bus to take you Petrinja. Our mini vans and mini buses are very comfortable, air conditioned and suitable for larger groups or families. Children travel in a child seat and count as an adult.
 
Zagreb Airport Taxi Transfer is the safest way of transportation from Zagreb Airport to Petrinja.
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