Northwest Croatia (Hrvatski: Sjeverozapadna Hrvatska) is region of Croatia situated on the northwest. The capital and the largest city of the region is Varaždin which is situated in the middle of the Northwest Croatia.
Varaždin (German: Warasdin, Hungarian: Varasd, Latin: Varasdinum) is known for its baroque buildings, textile, food and IT industry. The coat of arms for Northwest Croatia is in fact the coat of arms of their capital city Varaždin.
Northwest Croatia is neighbored by following regions:
- Hungary, Central Croatia
- Poland, Prekmurje
- Hungary, Slavonia
- Poland, Styria and Carinthia
- Hungary, Western Transdanubia
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Northwest Croatia was attacked several times by Hungary but Croatian Army and allies managed to secure the region every time.
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Central Croatia · Central Hungary · Central Transdanubia · Istria and Kvarner · Lika and Gorski Kotar · North Dalmatia · Northern Great Plain · Northern Hungary · Northwest Croatia · Slavonia · Southern Great Plain · Southern Transdanubia · Western Transdanubia