Visok Tvrđava



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Baranja (Modern day Croatia)

Visok Tvrđava is a small rural community in North Eastern Croatia. It's ethnic make up is 52% Croat, 40% Serb, 5% Magyar and 3% German. The name translates to Tall or High Fort. It is largely influenced off the real Croatian town of Beli Manastir.

The town includes

  • A Sawmill
  • A Catholic Church
  • A Serbian Orthodox Church
  • A Library
  • A School
  • A Hotel
  • A number of public houses
  • A Rakia Distillery
  • A large manor outside of the town

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