City Pakrac is uu the western part of Slavonia, a part of Pozega-Slavonia County. Pakrac was first mentioned in the XIII. century as a possession of the Knights of St. John. In the 15th century it was conquered by the Turks and made its headquarters Sandzak. In 1256th Mr Pakrac had the privilege of minting money. It is believed that this was also the first mint of the Croats. Moneta Regis p (ro) sclavnia our Banal, a silver coin on which is in front of dollars
in the race, and on the reverse patriarchal cross with two crowned heads. It is possible that it was Pakracka HRK Croatian given name of today's money. Important sacred objects from the XVIII. century in the historic center of town, where the palace of Baron Trenk and remains one of the first mint in Croatia, the so-called. Shape basement. River and nearby Pakra up Psunj and Ravna Gora sites for various forms of recreation in the immediate vicinity.
Top Brezovo field (984 m) in Papuk highest mountain peak of Pozega and Slavonia.