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Královac (Croatian pronunciation:[kâ?rlo?ats]) is a town and village in the center of Croatia. The 2011 Karlovac village was inhabited by 55,705 people according to the 2011 Cadastre. The Karlovac is the administration center of the Karlovac district. It is situated on the Zagreb-Rijeka motorway and railroad line, 56 km southwest of Zagreb and 130 km from it.
This town was given its name after its founding father, Charles II, Archduke of Austria. Charlemagne's or Carlstadt's German name has been translated into other languages: in Hungarian it is known as Károlyváros, in Italian as Carlostadio, in Latin as Carolostadium and in Kajkavic and Slovenian as Karlovec. Karlovac, the Habsburg Monarchy's army picket, was the scene of the process and executions of the most famous Usko U insurgent commander from the Senj Coast Fortress, Ivan Vlatkovi?.
Habsurgen was killed in Karlovac on 3 July 1612 as an example of his forces which caused problems for the Habsurgen through their acts of plagiarism against Venice's Adriatic navigation and attacks on the Ottoman outback. With the signing of the Paris Agreement (ratified in Madrid) in 1617, which ended the Napoleonic Wars between Venice and the Habsburgs, the Uskok family was violently expelled from Senj and dissolved in the interior, especially in the ?umberakian hill near Karlovac.
Meanwhile, the fortress became too full for the city's growing populace and the border guards could not allow its further expansion. The town was given restricted self-government on 6 December 1693. Following the Karlowitz Treaty (1699) and the retreat of the Ottomans, Karlstadt was of lesser importance militarily.
After a long push from the Imperial Diet on August 9, 1776, Queen Maria Theresa reinstated the cities of Karlovac and Rijeka (Fiume) in the Crown Lands of Croatia. In 1781 Maria Theresa was also in charge of the foundation of the Karlovac grammar school, and later King Joseph II confirmed it with an offical document as a free city.
As a result, residents were able to extend the town and take advantage of the opportunity to stand at the intersection of roads from the Panonian plain to the Croatian coastline. Karlovac was a county seat in the Zagreb Circle of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia within the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
During the Croatian War of Independence (1991-1995) Karlovac sustained damages. South parts of the town were located near the frontline between the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Serbia Krajina, while the neighbourhoods Turanj, Kamensko and parts of Meku?je, Mala ?var?a and Logori?te were destroyed by grenades.
Also the inner town, the town council and a number of other edifices were damaged. Karlovac Municipal Museums have turned the old Turanj branch of the Army of Austria into a special exposition devoted to the Karlovac army and especially to the arms of the Croatian War of Independence.
Tickets for this page are also available for Galerija Vjekoslave Karas, Dubovac Castel and Citymueum. Part of the center of the village is called ?anac ("ditch") after the old ditches, which keep the old six-sided shape of the historical center. A large part of the Carlsbad inhabitants have undergone changes since the beginning of the Croatian Independence War in 1991-95, with many Croatian Serb whose family was expelled from parts of Croatia detained by insurgent Serbs during the conflict (e.g. from the Slunj town) and whose family arrived during the conflict.
Karlovac has memorials for veteran Croatians of the Homeland War. 10 ] The Karlovac Musical School, one of the oldest musical schools in this part of Europe (founded on 1 December 1804), is the seat of the Karlovy Vary Festival of Pianos. The Karlovy Vary Festival (founded in 2013) usually takes place in midsummer and comprises a series of courses with well-known teachers and the Karlovac International Competition.
Karlovy Vary's International Gitarrenschule (Guitar School) is located in the Musikschule, while the Zorin domin Kroatische Flötenakademie (Croatian Flute Academy) takes place in the Karlsbad Theater, making Karlovac the centre of young European musicians in summers. Karlsovac becomes with: 1 ^ a c " Inhabitants by age and sex, by settlement, 2011 census: Karlovac". 2011 census of the populace, households and housing.
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