Coordinates: 45°38′39″N 15°21′32″E / 45.64417°N 15.35889°E / 45.64417; 15.35889
Population 237
Area code 047
License plate KA
Chateau Bubnjarci

Bubnjarci (until 1918 St. Kosma and Damian) is a village in Croatia on the Slovenian border. The name Bubnjarci (Croatian: Bubnjar = drummer) comes from the time when the inhabitants in the 15–16th centuries, the Knights of Ozalj and Ribnik against the Turks served as a signal drummer. The name Bubnjarački Brod was a part of Bubnjarci and ranged from Bukovac to Žakanje in the 16th century. Bubnjarci was first mentioned in the 15th century, with a manor house same name. In that time it was one of the most important castles in Croatia. The exact position was the plot number 93, clearly visible on the cadastral map of 1860. About the time of the establishment are no sources.


Bubnjarci is in the immediate vicinity of the river Kupa (Kulpa) near Metlika, which is also the border river of Slovenia. Already in the 12th century, the Kupa already was border between Kranjska (Krain) and Croatia


Bubnjarci belonged since the 14th Century to the municipality Lipnik, now Ribnik. This included 25 villages in the year 1418 with 4784 souls. This is engraved in the bell of Ribnik. Because of the way to Ribnik was much too far, however, they visited the Holy Mass in Metlika in the Carniola.

Railway history

Averages, the part of the Kupa by the rail link, which - in the course of road construction for Karlovac - from Ljubljana (Ljubljana) - Novo Mesto (Rudolfwert) in 1913 and beyond Carlstadt has been expanded 1914th Originally, this connection from the junction Bubnjarci (12 Verschiebegleise) to be built for Dubrovnik further, however, stopped the decline of the Austrian Empire in 1918 these plans. Today, run the two-axle Railcar s of ancient DB series 795 between Metlika (Möttling) and Karlovac.


Franjo Herendic, a wealthy nobleman, possessed in the 16th Bubnjarci century the estate, whose property abutted on to Žakanje. Hence the name Bubnjarački brod. Petar Lukic, born in Trg, a nobleman who had the adjoining property to Ribnik spread in this time the Lutheran faith. Herendic Lukic was such a good friend that he 1579, when he determined his will, Lukic would have attended as a witness ("i Petar Lukic predykator").

Last it was in the possession of the Aleksandar Filip Šufflaj (12 February 1796 in Samobor, † 22 November 1882] in Brlog), as a landowner in 1838 bought the castle Brlog. An old grave of one of its descendants can still be seen in the cemetery of Bubnjarci. The previous owner of the castle was Bubnjarci Jože Matije Haus (2 September 1807, † 1859). This was the father of the only kuk Admiral, Anton Haus Anton Baron von Haus. The gravestone of his mother, Maria Haus, born as Walter, the daughter of the famous painter Franz Walter from Slovenj Gradec in Tolmin * (28 October 1817 in Moravia, 3 March † 1892), still stands in the cemetery in Bubnjarci. Buried was the Admiral, who was born in Tolmin, but grew up in Bubnjarci to 1859, in Vienna. Admiral Haus was the uncle of Ana Kessler, who was married to Oton Zupancic, the great Slovenian poet. He was married to the sister whose mother, Anna Karoline Trenz (Nettie), born Drašković (24 May 1857 † 6 May 1924), daughter of Count Trenz . House had two brothers and one older brother and he was the third Child. The youngest sister, the composer Katherine von Escherich (Kitty) (25 November 1855 in Varaždin, † 4 October 1916 in Vienna), was married to Gustav von Escherich, Professor of Mathematics in Vienna. A famous grandson of Anton Baron House is Hermann A. Haus († 2003 in Lexington). Anton House and his family were in 1918 (posthumously) was raised to the baronetcy (of Hohernwart).


Well worth a 1753 completed, highly visible Baroque e Chapel Sveti Kriz is with its old cemetery. In the chapel are two lateral altars are historically featured in the 1830. Currently, this is completely renovated by the inhabitants with a new copper roof and new facade. The chapel was first mentioned in 1688, but was built without a bell tower with the entrance. Even before the founding of the parish Zupe Žakanje Bubnjarci belonged to a parish Lipnik. On display today is still the old water of kukEisenbahn that was fired to the many steam locomotive s with hot water to fill. In several places one can still imagine the twelve shunting and turning tracks, which were along the direction of the Kupa river crossing bridge laid. The old and now derelict railway building still suggests to the then busy time around 1900 back in Bubnjarci.


Other events

The school was opened in Bubnjarci 1922nd A few years later, in 1925, the volunteer fire department (DVD) founded Bubnjarci. In 2000 they founded the sports club (SD) Bubnjarci; 2009 the "Cultural Bubnjarci.


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