From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Glogovnica is a river in central Croatia, a right tributary of Česma. It is 61 kilometres (38 mi) long.[1]

Glogovnica rises in the southeastern part of Kalnik near the village of Apatovac, and flows towards the south, passing east of the eponymous villages of Donja Glogovnica and Gornja Glogovnica, as well as the city of Križevci, turning slightly to the southwest. It passes near Gradec, where it becomes a series of man-made drainage canals and receives influx from the right tributary of Kamešnica. It then turns southeast and flows into the Česma west of Čazma.


  1. ^ Hrvoje Petrić (February 2007). "O križevačkoj ekohistoriji 17. stoljeća" [On Križevci Ecohistory of the 17th Century]. Cris: Journal of the Historical Society of Križevci. The Historical Society of Križevci. VIII (1): 40. ISSN 1332-2567. 

Coordinates: 45°44′59″N 16°35′52″E / 45.74972°N 16.59778°E / 45.74972; 16.59778