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Hrvatski dvorci
 
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History

It was mentioned in the thirteenth century as a settlement with two centres, a church and a temporal centre, situated on two neighbouring hills separated by the valley of the Toplica. The church centre was the Church of St George under which a village developed, known for the famous old Gubec Lime Tree beside the church. The centre of feudal power on the hill of Samci was the medieval fortification on the site of which a two-storey baroque castle was built in the eighteenth century.
Many medieval castles in the Croatian Zagorje were deserted, and sometimes new ones were built in the plains like Gorica, Lobor, Novi Dvori Klanječki, Novi Marof etc. Stubica castle did not lie on such an inaccessible hill, and that is probably why the location was not abandoned. Instead, Count Krsto Oršić built a new manor house in Gornja Stubica beside the ruin about twenty years before he built Gornja Bistra. The remains of the medieval fortifications can still be seen in the courtyard.
The year inscribed in the keystone of the portal shows that the manor house was built in 1756. Since 1973 it has housed the Museum of the Peasant Revolt.

 
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