Našice, a city in Croatia, which is located in central Slavonia, to the south of which extends the low hilly range of Krndija, and to the north there is a vast plain up to the Drava River.
The webcam installed in the Našice municipal building provides a view of the beautiful city park.
Našice is a major transport hub with road and rail routes Osijek – Virovitica – Koprivnica – Varazdin and roads in the direction of Pozegi, Donji Miholjac, Djakovo and Slavonski Brod. There is also a side branch from the railway in Našice in the direction of Pleternica and Pozega.
The first mention of the city of Našice dates back to 1229 under the name Nekše. During the period of Turkish occupation, the city became one of the key centers of the region. A Franciscan monastery was built in the 15th century, and its monastery church, which is one of the main attractions of the city, was damaged during bombing during the war of independence of the country in 1991-1993.