Čepin (Eastern Croatia)
Čepin, a village situated 10km (6,2 miles) from Osijek, was first mentioned under the name Villa de Chapa, in 1258. The village has a long history. First, it represented the center of the Vukovsko County estate, and then it was donated to the noble Korogh family which owned it up until 1472, after which it subsequently changed several landowners until the Turkish occupation. Archaeological findings determined that Čepin was populated in the Neolithic period. Remains from the Middle Ages were also found. Čepin contains two cultural and historic monuments which are worth seeing, the Church of the Holy Trinity and the Adamović castle.
Čepin 31431, Istočna Hrvatska
45.523536, 018.575414 (45°31’24.7″N, 018°34’31.5″E)
00385 (0)31 381 166
GPS coordinates: 45.523536, 018.575414 (45°31’24.7″N, 018°34’31.5″E)
Address: Čepin 31431, Istočna Hrvatska
Čepin – Osijek (11km)
Čepin – Đakovo (28km)
Čepin – Valpovo (30km)
Čepin – Našice (40km)
Čepin – Vukovar (50km)
Čepin – Zagreb (260km)
Čepin – Rijeka (430km)
Čepin – Dubrovnik (through Bosnia) (530km)
Čepin – Zadar (540km)
Čepin – Šibenik (600km)
Čepin – Split (679km)
If you are driving with a car show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do mjesta Čepina koje se nalazi oko 11 km od Osijeka. Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema mjestu Čepin koje se nalazi oko 11 km od Osijeka. Hvala!
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