Place:Kroatien, Austria

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NameKroatien
TypeFormer Province
Located inAustria     ( - 1918)
See alsoCroatia
Contained Places
Former county
Sztubicza ( - 1918 )
Unknown
Agram
Bartholovchak
Bedenicza
Bednya
Belecz
Berczkovlyan
Berlogh
Bersslyanicza
Biskupecz
Biszág
Bobovac
Bolch
Bolffan
Bosnjaki
Brezovicza
Brinje
Bukevje
Caprag
Chetvertkovacz
Chiche stare
Chucherje
Chukovecz
Costrena
Czernje
Dabar
Dellove
Dernye
Dissnik
Dolnja Visnicza
Dresnik
Dubicza
Dubovecz
Dubranecz
Dubrava
Dugo-Szello
Dvor
Fiume
Goricza Mala
Gornja Visnicza
Gornya Sztubicza
Grabar
Granessina
Hernitich
Hlebinne
Hrasztina
Hrellin
Imbrichovecz
Ivanecz (Koproncza)
Ivanecz (Warasdin)
Ivanich
Jakussevecz
Jalssovecz
Jamnicza
Jaszka
Jezerana
Kallie
Kamenicza
Kamenszko
Karlstadt
Kassina
Klenovnik
Kneginecz
Kompolie
Konschina
Kopreinitz
Kostainicza
Kotari
Kotori
Kralyev Verch
Krapie
Krapina
Krapinszke Toplicze
Krassich
Kraszno
Kratechko
Kravarszko
Krisovlyan
Križpolje
Kukulianovo
Kunich
Kupchina Dolnya
Kupinecz
Kuzminecz
Ladiszlav
Lassinia
Ledenicza
Legrad
Lekenik
Lepavina
Lepoglava
Letinacz
Lich
Lipicza
Lippa
Liskovacz
Lobor
Lovrechina
Ludbreg
Luka
Lupoglav
Lyubeschicza
Magyerovo
Markussevecz
Moravcze
Mrezlopolie
Narth
Nartha
Novigrad
Oborovo
Odra
Okich
Ostercz
Ottochacz
Peschenicza
Peteranecz
Petrinia
Petrovina
Petrovszko
Plavssinecz
Plessivicza
Poljica
Porto Ré
Pregrada
Preloschicza
Preszeka
Pribich
Prokike
Prozor
Puschka Inferiore
Puschka Superiore
Rakovecz
Rasztovacz
Remettinecz
Rozgo
Schitarjevo
Sichelburg
Sienacz
Sisek
Sissinecz
Skakavacz
Slabinja
Sossicze
Stainicza
Stara Ploschicza
Superiore Prekrisie
Sveta Jana
Svicza
Szella
Szent Győrgy
Szent Iván
Szeszvete
Szlavetich
Sztenyevecz
Sztupnik
Sztupovacha
Szunya
Topolje
Turopolya
Ubdinia
Velika Goricza
Veliki-Zdenczy
Verbovecz
Vlaska Kapella
Vrabche
Vugrovecz
Wodotich
Zabok
Zajezda
Zaprudje
Zelina
Zengg
Zlatar
Županje
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The Kingdom of Croatia (Croatian: Kraljevina Hrvatska; ) was an administrative division that existed between 1527 and 1868 within the Habsburg Monarchy (also known between 1804 and 1867 as the Austrian Empire). The Kingdom was a part of the Lands of the Crown of St. Stephen, but was subject to direct Imperial Austrian rule for significant periods of time, including its final years. Its capital was Zagreb.

Until the 18th century, the Habsburg Kingdom of Croatia included only a small north-western part of present-day Croatia around Zagreb, and a small strip of coastland around Rijeka that was not part of the Ottoman Empire or part of the Habsburg Military Frontier. Between 1744 and 1868 the Kingdom of Croatia included a subordinate autonomous kingdom, the Kingdom of Slavonia. The territory of the Slavonian Kingdom was recovered from the Ottoman Empire, and was subsequently part of the Habsburg Military Frontier for a period. In 1744 these territories were organized as the Kingdom of Slavonia and included within the Kingdom of Croatia as an autonomous part. In 1849, the two kingdoms were completely separated and existed as two separate administrative units. In 1868 both were merged again into the newly formed Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia.

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