Zrin

Some articles on zrin, zrins:

Miklós Zrínyi - Activities in 1664
... having disturbed the peace by building his castle, Novi Zrin (Hungarian Új-Zrínyivár or Zrínyi-Újvár, English New Zrin or Zrin-Newcastle), erected in 1661 at his own expense, in the ... After relieving Kanizsa, the Grand Vizier turned against Novi Zrin ... all its troops on the Hungarian-Austrian border, sacrificing Novi Zrin to hold back the Turkish army ...
House Of Zrinski - History
... The Zrinski, meaning "those of Zrin", are a branch of the Šubić family, which arose when king Louis I the Great needed some of the Šubićs ... used to be known as "princes of Bribir" ) and gave them the Zrin estate with Zrin Castle in the Croatian region of Banovina, south of the modern city of Petrinja and west of ... a crucial role in the history of the Croatian state, both before their arrival in Zrin and later ...
Zrin Castle
... Zrin Castle (Gradina Zrin) is a ruined castle located in the village of Zrin, south of the town of Sisak in central Croatia ...
Zrinski - History
... The Zrinski, meaning "those of Zrin", are a branch of the Šubić family, which arose when king Louis I the Great needed some of the Šubićs' fortresses for his coming wars against Venice, and the city of ... Primorje hinterlands (they used to be known as "princes of Bribir" ) and gave them the Zrin estate with Zrin Castle in the Croatian region of Banovina, south of the modern city of Petrinja and west of ... role in the history of the Croatian state, both before their arrival in Zrin and later ...
House Of Šubić - Zrinski Branch
... Grgur and Juraj in Croatian), respectively son and nephew of Ban Paul, the castle of Zrin (in exchange for the strategically important castle of ... This branch would be known by the surname of Zrin (but also variously a Zrinio, Zrinski, Zrínyi, Zrini, de Serin, Sdrin following Latin, contemporary ... the secretary of the latter, compiled a history of the Zrins, tracing it back to the Brebers, to the tribe of Šubić, and from there to the Roman gens Sulpicia which, according to Suetonius ...